Meanwhile, Jarallah mentioned that his meeting with British Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa Alistair Burt earlier was "positive" and "beneficial" for both sides, adding that it addressed the ongoing Gulf dispute and Britain's support of the Kuwaiti efforts to contain and end the dispute.
Johnson, who also held talks in Saudi Arabia on Friday, said it was "highly unlikely" that the current standoff would descend into military conflict.
Al-Jubeir said: "I believe the G20 summit statement was very clear in that it stressed the importance of combating terrorism and its funding".
Gabriel said there were sufficient possibilities to defuse the situation, while pressing for joint regional efforts against terror financing.
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They later issued a 10-day ultimatum to a 13-point list of demands that included cutting ties with terrorist groups, curbing relations with Iran and shutting media outlets, including the Al-Jazeera TV network.
Qatar's foreign minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said his nation won't comply with any demands that it considers a violation of global law. US Defence Secretary James Mattis last week called his Qatari counterpart Khalid bin Mohammad Al Attiyah to emphasise the "importance of de-escalating tensions.so all partners in the Gulf region can focus on next steps in meeting common goals", the Pentagon said.
Though, the four blockading countries have already demanded compensation from Doha for its alleged past interference in their internal affairs.
The U.S.is increasingly concerned that the rift between Qatar and its Arab neighbors is at an impasse and could drag on for a long time, or even intensify, the U.S. State Department said on Thursday.
The United Kingdom also stepped in with Boris Johnson, its foreign secretary, meeting Saudi-led bloc's senior officials on Friday, as well as visiting Kuwait's foreign minister and Qatar's Emir separately in their countries on Saturday. As our Prime Minister has said: The Gulf's security is our security and we remain deeply committed to the stability of the region and to working with our friends in the Gulf to keep all of our people safe.