‘Qatar will not change policy even if boycott never ends’

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A spokeswoman for the Qatari foreign ministry said yesterday that her country will not change its policy even if the boycott continues forever.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Lulwa Al Khater, made the remarks at the opening session of an international conference organised by the Middle East Dialogue Centre in Brussels.

Saudia Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt announced their boycott against Doha in June of 2017 over its support and financing of terrorism.

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