Morocco to send food to Qatar after Gulf states cut ties

Saudi Arabia is not a signatory to the convention.

"We are extremely comfortable with our positions, our investments and liquidity in our systems", he said.

Many people in Qatar flocked to local supermarkets and grocery stores to stock up on food items after waking up to news of Saudi Arabia closing the country's only land border. You provoked strong countries like Turkey and Iran.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said Monday that Qatar is in contact with worldwide aviation authorities and legal organizations as it tries to fight back against moves by Saudi Arabia and its allies to cut off its land, air and sea access.

Qatar through its maneuvering is demonstrating that it is incapable of abandoning terrorist factions, he added.

"(Kuwait) affirms the readiness of the brothers in Qatar to understand the reality of the qualms and concerns of their brothers and to heed the noble endeavors to enhance security and stability", Kuwait's state news agency KUNA quoted Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah al-Khalid al-Sabah as saying.

The three countries' aviation bodies also said non-Qatari private and chartered flights from Qatar must submit requests to them at least 24 hours before crossing the airspace.

Mogadishu has refused to side with the UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia in their diplomatic offensive against Doha, despite pressures from the anti-Qatar camp.

"Our reserves and investment funds are more than 250 per cent of gross domestic product", Al Emadi, who sits on the board of the sovereign wealth fund, said.

Qatar Petroleum said it "immediately mobilized all available resources" to mitigate the impact of any action that could hamper its energy supplies to customers around the world.

Abu Dhabi // Extremist leaders have used social media to offer their support to Qatar over the severing of relations with other GCC countries, The National has learnt.

The emirate is the world's largest producer and exporter of liquified natural gas, but the wealthy emirate also relies heavily on imports for food staples and raw materials.

Riyadh announced on state television that Qatar would no longer participate in the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, claiming Doha had helped support the Houthi rebels, despite Qatari soldiers dying in war against them.

While praising Qatar s restraint during the crisis, he added: "In finding a resolution, I call on Qatar to take seriously their neighbours concerns".

Additionally, Qatar Airways is now using longer routes to its European and North American destinations, including direct flights to the world's busiest global airport in Atlanta, after Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt barred Qatari flights from their airspace.