A new tour started by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, including two visits to the UAE and Qatar. These visits come amid news of a new Kuwaiti move with an American light to revive opportunities and solve the Gulf crisis between Qatar and the allied countries boycotting it.
Pompeo had a lengthy meeting with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, and after his conclusion it was announced that the discussions were only about efforts and moves aimed at resolving the region’s crises and containing tensions in them, in addition to the dangers of extremism, terrorism, hate speech and incitement, and the need for effective international action to confront them.
The peace treaty signed by the UAE and Israel was touched upon, and its importance in starting a new phase of relations and cooperation between countries in the Middle East region, in addition to building on it to consolidate security, peace and stability and achieve prosperity for the peoples of the region. No other details were announced.
Pompeo’s tour includes France, Turkey, Georgia, Israel, Qatar, the UAE and Saudi Arabia, and this round is considered the first after the defeat of Donald Trump in the elections and is supposed to be the last before the new US President Joe Biden assumed office.