During that time, Trump invited al-Sabah to visit D.C.
President Donald Trump is meeting with the leader of Kuwait, a staunch USA ally trying to mediate a diplomatic crisis involving Qatar (KUH'-tur) and its Arab neighbors. "I think we have a chance of doing it. If I can help mediate between Qatar and in particular the U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia, I would be willing to do so", he said.
However, the quartet of Arab nations now boycotting Doha issued a strongly worded statement early Friday morning dismissing some of Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah's comments, signaling the diplomatic crisis roiling the Gulf is far from over. He previously has described how Arab leaders criticized Qatar for such terror financing during a regional summit in Saudi Arabia earlier this year. But he said: "We're going to give it our best".
Sheikh Sabah claimed that the Qatari government was ready to discuss a list of 13 demands from its Arab neighbors.
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Saudi Arabia and its allies accuse Qatar, the world's largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, of ties to Iran and to terrorist groups. Although Qatar has rejected some of them out of hand, Sheikh Sabah said negotiations were possible.
"I am optimistic that the solution will come in the very near future", he said.
Mr Trump boasted about increased counter-terrorism and intelligence-sharing operations between the two countries, and praised the "tremendous investments" he said Kuwait had made in the US.
Trump also said the United States' good relations with both sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could help bring about a peace agreement - what he called the "world's most complex and hard deal". I think the Palestinians would like to see it happen. Amir al-Sabah is leading a Kuwaiti delegation to the United States for the second annual United States-Kuwait Strategic Dialogue, which will include Cabinet-level meetings on education, trade, investment, homeland security, and military cooperation.