Omar Ghobash, ambassador to Russia, has said Gulf states imposing demands on Qatar are willing to be subjected to same monitoring regime themselves

The Gulf states demanding that Qatar ends its independent-minded foreign policy and alleged support for extremism have warned they are considering further economic pressure on the tiny country, such as reducing commercial links with countries that continue to trade with Doha.

The warning, the latest escalation in the three-week internal Gulf dispute, was made by Omar Ghobash – the United Arab Emirates ambassador to Moscow, and one of the most articulate figures in the dispute that has wracked the region.

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