Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries have issued a list of demands to end the crisis which include shutting down Al Jazeera, cutting back diplomatic ties to Iran and severing links with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Turkey has backed Qatar after Saudi Arabia, Egypt and other Arab states cut all economic and diplomatic ties this month, accusing Doha of supporting terrorism, a charge it denies.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu met Saudi Arabia's King Salman as part of his tour of the Gulf to discuss the current diplomatic crisis in the region.
Led by Saudi Arabia, several states in the Middle East and Africa have severed ties with Qatar since June 5, accusing the gas-rich Gulf state of supporting terrorism and Iran. Qatar denies the allegations.
Speaking via teleconference, the three leaders agreed stay in close cooperation, and keep the dialogue to end the current crisis.
Finance minister downplays the economic toll of ad hoc diplomatic, transport and economic sanctions by Saudi Arabia and its allies against Qatar.
Under the bill, the armies of the two countries will also be able to carry out joint exercises, which are according to Turkey aimed at promoting regional peace.
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