Qatar denies it backs extremist groups and says the allegations are politically motivated and meant to tarnish the country's image.
Qataris have been ordered to leave some of the blockading nations, but Qatar has said it will not follow suit.
Turkey's parliament, on the other hand, has approved sending troops to an existing Turkish base in Qatar as a sign of support.
The Qatari Foreign Ministry said in a statement the two held talks on how "restore the normal relations" of the Gulf as the 2022 FIFA World Cup host and worldwide air travel hub now finds itself isolated by land, sea and air.
He asked: "What crime did Qatar commit to deserve such a punishment that violates global law?"
"It is especially challenging as they›re not very liquid as their loan to deposit ratios are already above 100 percent", Ghosh said.
Amnesty International has said that the Gulf states opposed to Qatar were "toying" with people.
The energy rich country's Foreign Ministry made the announcement Friday.
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration has suggested Tillerson, who as Exxon Mobil's CEO had business with Qatar, as a possible mediator for the dispute.
The diplomatic row came in the wake of the Qatar News Agency posting a speech attributed to Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, in which he supported building relations with Iran.
While Saudi officials have accused Qatar of "backing terrorism" as a way of justifying their split, by and large the dispute centers of Qatar's state media and their positions during the Arab Spring, supporting protesters calling for democratic reform, something which didn't sit well with the Saudis or many of their allies.
Turkey has also stepped in to help Qatar, supplying the desert country with dairy products. It was published in the Official Gazette on Friday.
Qatar said late on Saturday it would not retaliate with such measures of its own.
But in language common to the three countries' announcements, the UAE said it drew a distinction between Qatar's government and its people.
Qatar's National Human Rights Committee has dismissed a move by three Gulf Arab states, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain, to assist mixed-citizenship families who face the prospect of being split up, as "little more than a face-saving" exercise.
Among the individuals named is Youssef al-Qaradawi, an Egyptian-born cleric considered a spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, a Sunni Islamist group.