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Gulf states sign ‘solidarity and stability’ deal at GCC summit

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The leaders are meeting in Saudi Arabia for their annual summit on Tuesday amid a breakthrough in the long-running GCC crisis.

Gulf leaders have signed a ‘solidarity and stability’ agreement to end their three-year diplomatic rift with Qatar at a summit in Saudi Arabia, Saudi crown prince said.

The leaders are meeting in Saudi Arabia for their annual summit on Tuesday amid a breakthrough in the long-running dispute between a Saudi-led bloc and Qatar.

On Monday, Saudi Arabia announced the reopening of land borders with Qatar after a three and a half-year spat that saw the kingdom, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain cut diplomatic and trade ties and impose a land, sea and air blockade on the Gulf state.

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