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Turkey urges 'respect of Qatar's rights' to solve Gulf crisis

Turkey on Friday said the rights of Qatar must be respected as it hosted the defence minister of Ankara's main Gulf ally which has been left isolated by Saudi-led sanctions. Khaled bin Mohammed al-Attiyah met with Turkish Defence Minister Fikri Isik at the defence ministry in Ankara, the state-run news agency Anadolu said on Thursday. The meeting came as Ankara, which has stood by Doha throughout the crisis, resists pressure to shutter a Turkish military base on the emirate that Qatar's neighbours want to see closed.
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