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On July 28 Al Jazeera, international TV company, held a Russia-the U.S. live phone-in show on the role of the two countries in the Qatar crisis resolution.

On July 28 Al Jazeera, international TV company, held a Russia-the U.S. live phone-in show on the role of the two countries in the Qatar crisis resolution.

Paul Salem, vice president for policy analysis, research and programs at the Middle East Institute, and Khalid Aljaber, director of the Gulf Center for Studies, represented the U.S. side at the event. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, represented Russian side in the discussion.

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