DOHA, Qatar, – Relations between Qatar and Saudi Arabia serve as a paradigm for cooperation and integration between two sisterly nations, a report published on Sunday cited.

A day before Saudi King, Salman bin Abdulaziz, embarks on a historic visit to Qatar, it is noted that both Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, share a tightly-knit bond and see eye to eye on most issues of mutual concern, particularly, the situations in Syria and Yemen, along with the Palestinian cause.

Moreover, during his visit today (Monday), the latest in a spate of meetings between the leaders of both nations, the Saudi King is expected to offer his condolences, over the death of former Qatari Amir, Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al-Thani.

Most notably, Qatari Amir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani and Saudi King, Salman bin Abdulaziz, had previously met during the GCC/US Summit in the Saudi city of Jeddah in May, only to convene again in Aug.

On the frequent meetings, the report noted that, it is a testament to both nations’ keenness to bolster bilateral ties and ratchet up continued interaction for the betterment of both countries.

The report also added that, both Saudi Arabia and Qatar were participants in the “North Thunder” military exercise, held in Saudi Arabia, that drew great fanfare and assembled the armies of 20 Arab and Islamic nations.

The meeting on Monday is likely to yield more strategies to boost ties between the two Gulf nations, the report underscored.

Source: Nam News Network

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