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On June 27, the four Arab countries have issued a list of 13 demands to end rift with Doha including closing Al-Jazeera television and cutting diplomatic ties with Iran.

Qatar's foreign minister will formally hand over a response to the demands made by Saudi Arabia and its allies to the Kuwaiti Emir today.

In early June, the four nations cut diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar for political reasons.

An official told Reuters that besides the closure of al-Jazeera, there has been a demand to eliminate the Turkish military base in Qatar.

The official response of the Qatar government has been delivered by its Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani.

"There is no fear".

Meanwhile, Qatar's Defense Minister Khalid al Attiyah said on Sunday country is ready to defend itself if necessary.

"He reiterated the importance of stopping terrorist financing and discrediting extremist ideology", according to the White House.

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Egyptian and Gulf diplomats and economists expect Qatar's economy to face a new wave of measures, including the pulling of deposits from Qatari banks and the removal of permits given to Qatari bank branches operating in the four Arab states.

The extension of the deadline comes shortly after three Gulf leaders had separate conversations with US President Donald Trump on handling the situation.

A defiant Qatar has claimed the demands were deliberately "made to be rejected".

Its Gulf neighbours placed a blockade on the country after accusing it of funding extremism.

"The 13 demands, ultimatum and actions of Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt who have targeted Qatar are an affront to global law and comity", read the statement from Desmond de Silva and Rodney Dixon, high-profile lawyers instructed by the Qatari government.

Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt have extended the deadline by which they insist Qatar must meet certain demands to Wednesday, at the request of mediator Kuwait.

Speaking to reporters Monday, Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus also described the feud as an "artificially-created crisis" and said the 13 demands its neighbors had imposed on Qatar were too stiff for any country to accept.