Djibouti downgrades diplomatic relations with Qatar
Jordan also announced a reduction in its diplomatic representation with Qatar
The Republic of Djibouti announced on Wednesday that it will downgrade its diplomatic representation with Qatar.
The Government of Djibouti said in a statement that the decision to downgrade diplomatic representation with Qatar was made in solidarity with the international alliance against terrorism and the GCC and Arab countries that joined the move.
Djibouti renewed its keenness to maintain good relations with Arab countries.
Djibouti's step came after the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt severed relations with Qatar on Monday.
They were later joined by Yemen, the Libyan interim government, the Maldives, Mauritius, Mauritania and the Comoros.
Jordan also announced a reduction in its diplomatic representation with Qatar.
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