An Israeli official has said that his country’s top diplomat has asked for an additional shipment of regular, extra-express delivery, if the new government of Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani succeeds.
“The question is, should it be added?” the official told reporters in Tel Aviv on Sunday.
“I don’t know.
The emir, Sheikh Hamad, will make his own decision,” the official said. “
But the official was cautious about how far it goes.
The emir, Sheikh Hamad, will make his own decision,” the official said.
The Emirates has already announced that the emirs office in Qatar has been closed, and its transport system has been suspended.
The Dubai-based emir was appointed in August 2016 by the previous emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thansi.
He has been serving as the emiri chief since February.
He said the emri has been discussing the possibility of adding an extra shipment of ordinary delivery to his service, but that he is yet to decide whether he will make the request.