GCC crisis: Turkey comes to Qatar's aid with food supplies

A Saudi-led blockade imposed against Qatar raised fears of a food crisis in Qatar, as most of its supplies come from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. But the shortages have eased with Turkey and Iran shipping in meat, fruit and vegetables.

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    A Saudi-led blockade imposed against Qatar raised fears of a food crisis in Qatar, as most of its supplies come from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

    But the shortages have eased with Turkey and Iran shipping in meat, fruit and vegetables.

    Al Jazeera's Mohamad Adow reports from Qatar’s capital, Doha.


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