Thousands of trucks carrying food were reported to have been stuck at the Saudi border, unable to make the sole overland frontier crossing into Qatar.
Following the fallout, Kuwaiti ruler Sheikh al-Sabah spoke with Qatar's emir on Monday evening and urged him to give a chance to efforts aimed at easing tensions.
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