The Qatar government reaffirmed this Wednesday that the “Abraham Accords” signed by Israel and several Arab countries will not resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and reiterated that Doha is not considering the possibility of accession.
Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al Zani has stressed that these agreements are “incompatible” with the Doha position because “they do not include any expectation of an end to the occupation,” as the newspaper “Al Sharq” reported.
In a disguised criticism of the previous signatories of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco, he also stated that the normalization of economic and diplomatic relations with the Israeli government could not take place “during the occupation” ‘Abrahamic Agreements’.
The agreements were signed in 2020 by Donald Trump through the US administration, and since then the Israeli authorities have ensured that several countries in the region consider joining in the face of criticism from the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian factions.
On the other hand, Al Zani called for “practical and tangible steps” by the international community in Afghanistan, arguing that “the Taliban’s positions have really changed” while warning of the economic and social crisis that they are going through the Asian Country.
The Taliban, who took power in mid-August after the invasion of Kabul shortly after the then President Ashraf Ghani’s flight in mid-August, have already announced their formation of a government, which was shaped by the shortage of women and representatives of other political groups in Afghanistan.