The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has asked Qatar to pay serious attention to the list of demands from Saudi Arabia and its allies, including the closure of al-Jazeera television news network and downgrade of relations with Iran, as the Persian Gulf diplomatic crisis aggravates.
Işık said he is yet to see the list of 13 demands, including the closing down the Turkish military installation, made by four Arab states that are now boycotting Qatar over alleged support for terrorism.
The four countries say that the list will become void if Qatar fails to comply in the 10-day period.
They also want Doha to close Turkey's military base in Qatar. Qatar's only land routes go through Saudi Arabia, so it now relies exclusively on sea and air supplies.
The foreign minister of the United Arab Emirates, Anwar Gargash, writing on Twitter, blamed the leak on Qatar and called it either an "attempt to undermine serious mediation or yet another sign of callous policy".
Amidst the deepening Gulf crisis, Saudi Arabia and its allies have presented a list of steep demands to Qatar to end their dispute which has rattled the region for almost three weeks.
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Kalin said the Turkish president touched on the issue while speaking by phone to the Saudi King and Crown Prince, adding that Turkey demonstrated a constructive stance towards the issue of Qatar and said Ankara will take the necessary steps when delegated to carry out a task.
On June 9, Qatar strongly dismissed allegations of supporting terrorism after the Saudi regime and its allies blacklisted dozens of individuals and entities purportedly associated with Doha.
"It's not about Iran or Al Jazeera", he said.
The demands call on Qatar to end its alleged support for organisations including Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas and Islamic State. The United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, on June 21, had said that he hopes the demand laid out by the bloc would be "reasonable and actionable".
Besides, Qatar must shut down diplomatic posts in Iran, expel any members of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, and only conduct trade and commerce with Iran that complies with U.S. sanctions.
Turkey's defense minister is rebuffing demands from Arab nations to close his country's military base in Qatar.
If Qatar agreed to the conditions its compliance would be closely monitored for 10 years.
Not to fund any other TV stations, including Al Jazeera, Arabi21 or Middle East Eye.