Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, after meetings with senior Kuwaiti officials, said the USA and Kuwait would take new steps to resolve a 3-month-old dispute that pits a Saudi-led coalition, including the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt, against Qatar over its alleged support for terrorist groups and Iran.
The ambassador said that the talks between the two leaders "would build on the outcome of their talks on the sidelines of the Gulf-American Summit in Riyadh in May".
Trump, too, on Thursday offered support. Kuwait has been trying to mediate the dispute.
But Trump has sent conflicting signals about where he stands on the dispute.
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Trump initially appeared to side with Saudi Arabia, but then he instructed Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to support the Kuwaiti mediation effort.
Coming to a peace agreement in the Middle East is the most hard deal in the world to make, President Donald Trump said Thursday.
Sheikh Sabah said he had received a letter from Qatar that expressed willingness to discuss a list of 13 demands from its neighbors.
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But underscoring the impasse, the quartet of Arab nations boycotting Doha issued a strongly worded statement early Friday morning dismissing some of the emir's comments.
In a phone conversation on August 30, Trump told the Saudi monarch that a diplomatic resolution was necessary in order to fulfill a commitment Washington and its regional allies had made to stay united while fighting terrorism.
Kuwait has emerged as a key mediator after Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt announced on 5 June they had cut diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar. It denies funding extremists.
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