US says it hopes Qatar, adversaries will agree to talk directly

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July 13, 2017 22:16
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WASHINGTON - Getting the parties in the Qatar dispute to take directly to one another would be an important next step in resolving the crisis, the US State Department said on Thursday after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ended three days of talks in Gulf Arab countries.

"Based on his meetings, the secretary believes that getting the parties to talk directly to one another would be an important next step," State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters.

"We hope the parties will agree to do so and we will continue to support the emir of Kuwait in his mediation efforts."

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