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The deal is being led by Jared Kushner: President Trump’s son-in-law described as Middle East president.

Washington(ANN)-Tensions between the Gulf States between Qatar and Saudi Arabia are expected to reach a preliminary agreement on how to end the long-running conflict.

Saudi Arabia, an ally of the United Arab Emirates and the government of Qatar, is working to end a three year old economic crisis.

Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of outgoing US President Donald Trump, sent him to the region this week, where he held separate meetings with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Kuwaiti Foreign Minister, Sheikh Ahmad Nasser al-Mohammad al-Sabah and UAE officials.

According to a report on the White House Jared, said he was a tension between the Gulf states, where remove before the 20 January 2020, take over US President-elect Joe Biden, as it is anticipated that the president the new US administration plans to different Trump, which is why the current administration wishes the Trump wants an agreement between the Gulf states.

President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, was accompanied by Middle East envoys Avi Berkowitz and Brian Hook and chief executive of the United States Agency for International Development Adam Boehler, according to a White House statement this week.

Jared Kushner, sometimes named President of the Middle East, has in recent months signed an agreement called the Abraham Agreement on 13 August 2020, which normalizes relations between Israel and the Gulf. Israel has joined Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates and Sudan, but many Islamic countries have condemned it, calling it a violation of the Palestinian territories and the holy land of Jerusalem.

Iran, Turkey and other Islamic countries have strongly criticized the deal, with the Palestinians calling it an affront to their cause and handing over their land to Israel, which is already in control. Palestinian leaders have strongly condemned the deal.

In June 2017, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, which closed their airspace and seaports after denouncing Qatari officials for funding terrorist groups. The Qatari government has denied the allegations.

Qatar, however, immediately gained support from the region, with the strong support of Iran and Turkey, and took steps to keep the country’s economy afloat, launching new projects and investments, and changed the customer and its relations with some other countries.