RIYADH (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia hopes to reopen its embassy in Qatar in the coming days, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said on Saturday, following a US-backed detente last week in a three-year dispute between Arab states. . It‘s just a question of logistics, Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan told reporters in Riyadh when asked about the reopening of the embassy. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt imposed a diplomatic, trade and travel embargo on Qatar in mid-2017 accusing it of supporting terrorism. Qatar denied this, saying the embargo was designed to undermine its sovereignty.
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