'Cooperation Between American and Kuwait Has Never Been Stronger'

Posted September 12, 2017

US President Donald Trump said he was willing to "help mediate" in the ongoing Gulf dispute and claimed he would have a deal worked out "quickly" to end the Saudi-led blockade on Qatar, a crisis he has previously taken credit for starting after claiming Qatar was a sponsor of terrorism.

In an Oval Office meeting with congressional Democrats on Thursday, President Donald Trump reportedly complained that Air Force One is smaller than the plane flown by the emir of Kuwait, who visited the White House this week.

In a tweet through his official Twitter page, Trump wrote, "Together, we will show the world that the forces of destruction and extremism are NO MATCH for the BLESSINGS of PROSPERITY and PEACE!" It recently restored full diplomatic ties to Iran, with which it shares a massive offshore natural gas field that makes its citizens among the world's wealthiest. Qatar's only land border with Saudi Arabia has only been blocked as a result. Although Qatar has rejected some of them out of hand, Sheikh Sabah said negotiations were possible. "So we're going to focus on it and try to come to the right conclusion in the near future". "The hope has not ended yet".

The nations also said a military intervention "has not been and will not be considered" to end the crisis, something mentioned by Sheikh Sabah in his remarks.

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"The US president was quite restraint - he didn't use any inflammatory language and didn't escalate his declarations against any particular country", Bishara said. "I think we have a chance of doing it".

Qatar, which is a US ally and hosts a large American military facility, has denied the allegations.

Trump also said the United States' good relations with both sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could help bring about a peace agreement - what he called the "world's most complex and hard deal". "I think the Palestinians would like to see it happen, I think the Israelis would like to see it happen". It is a three-day visit as part of the second annual U.S. -Kuwait Strategic Dialogue, according to The National. Today, Kuwait hosts some 13,500 American troops, many at Camp Arifjan south of Kuwait City, which also is home to the forward command of U.S. Army Central.