Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has wrapped up a tour of Arab countries to help resolve the dispute, however, all his efforts were in vain, Reuters reported.
Erdogan arrived in Qatar on Monday, where he met Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha.
According to Qatari state news agency QNA, the two officials discussed joint efforts to combat terrorism and extremism, reviewed defense and economic cooperation, and praised Kuwait’s mediation role in the crisis.
During the talks, Sheikh Tamim “reviewed regional developments, specifically the Gulf crisis and efforts to contain it and to resolve it through diplomatic means,” according to the QNA.
Before he arrived in Qatar, Erdogan visited Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. In Saudi Arabia, he discussed with King Salman “efforts to combat terrorism and its sources of funding”, state news agency SPA said, without elaborating.