Turkey 'seeks' to boost military presence in Qatar

Qatar's armed forces have concluded a joint military exercise with Turkey as the two countries seek stronger relations.

    Qatar's armed forces have concluded a joint military exercise with Turkey as the two countries seek stronger relations.

    Qatar has been under land, air and sea blockades by four Arab countries, which are making many demands including the withdrawal of Turkish troops from the country.

    But Ankara is apparently looking to boost its military presence in Qatar.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Doha.


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