Countries of Arabia are discussing a new initiative to solve the conflict around Qatar

Gulf countries are considering a new initiative to resolve the conflict between Qatar and its neighbors and lifting the blockade of the Emirate, which lasted three years, was announced by the Minister for foreign Affairs of Qatar Mohammed Ben Abderrahmane al-Thani, in an interview to television channel "al Jazeera".

According to him, the dialogue that began at the end of last year, with Saudi Arabia, was positive, but stopped for unknown reasons Doha.

"We are open to dialogue, and whoever made the move, we are moving forward ten steps, provided a serious and honest relationship. The state of Qatar has always called for a civilized dialogue with its neighbors, based on equality, respect for sovereignty, international law and non-interference in internal Affairs. It is our position that have not changed and will not change, and we hope that one day the dialogue will bring together established a blockade of the country", - said the Qatari Minister.

Al-Thani stressed that Qatar is committed to the unity of the cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, which brings together six countries in the region, despite the conflict with its neighbors and the negative impact of the blockade on the reputation of the Council.

Three years ago, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt severed diplomatic relations with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism, they fixed it transport blockade and broke off all ties. Qatar has denied the charges, saying that the claims caused by the envy of his economic successes.