Saudi embargo on Qatar 'to be lifted'
Kuwait has said that Saudi Arabia is reopening its land and sea borders to Qatar in a breakthrough in a long-running dispute that has pitted Qatar against several of its Gulf neighbours.
The move comes ahead of a summit of the Gulf Co-operation Council to be held in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, reports BBC.
A senior US official said an agreement to end the rift would be signed.
Qatar's neighbours imposed an embargo on Qatar three-and-a-half years ago, accusing it of supporting terrorism.
The UAE, Bahrain and Egypt joined the Saudis in maintaining the diplomatic, trade and travel embargo.
Qatar, a tiny but immensely wealthy Gulf state, has always denied supporting jihadist militancy.