He said there had been no change to Qatar's military deployment and no troops had been moved.
"Qatar's policy is a dead end and it will only lead to destruction, so essentially what we are asking is for the Qataris to give up on their foreign policy which calls up for an an alliance between a tremendous amount of wealth and extremely radical Islam".
On what was said to be the demands of the states which severed their relations with Qatar, Al-Thani said "There are no clear demands yet, and we are waiting", adding that he does not expect any military escalation in the current crisis. He said only 16 percent of Qatar's food imports came through the now-closed land border crossing with Saudi Arabia "and it has been replaced already".
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Qatar is not ready to change its foreign policy to resolve a dispute with fellow Gulf Arab states and will never compromise, foreign minister said.
The foreign minister pointed to the campaign that was aimed at Qatar in Western capitals and the United States, expressing regret that some GCC ambassadors are carrying out a campaign of incitement and distortion of Qatar's reputation contrary to the basic charter of GCC and the social cord between GCC states. "They are hosted here. for peace talks". The UAE's Gargash on Wednesday said, the measures against Doha were limited to diplomatic and economic ties, but warned that no one could project the "dynamics of a crisis".
"Like any crisis, you can not really control the dynamic. this is one of the dangers of any crisis".
The four Arab countries have suspended all flights to and from Doha and closed off sea and air links to Qatar.
Qatar is the world's largest exporter of natural liquefied gas.