Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain have all cut ties with Qatar

Qatar has been given 13 demands by Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries that it must adhere to for the current blockade to be lifted. 

Kuwait, which is mediating the crisis, passed the list of demands to Qatari leaders on Thursday, giving Doha 10 days to comply. The Qatari government has previously said that several conditions on the list are non-negotiable, according to AP.

Earlier this month, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt all broke diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar, emphasizing the country's support for "terrorist groups". 

Here's a look at the full list of demands that Qatar must respond to, as published by Khaleej Times.

1. Curb diplomatic ties with Iran

Qatar must expel all members of Iran's Revolutionary Guard and cease all military cooperation with the Islamic Republic. 

Trade and commerce with Iran that complies with international and U.S. sanctions will be allowed to continue. 

Iran's Revolutionary Guard

2. Sever all ties with "terrorist organizations"

These include the Muslim Brotherhood, Daesh (IS), Al Qaeda and Lebanon's Hezbollah. 

Qatar must also formally declare all of these as "terrorist groups."  

3. Shut down Al Jazeera

Affiliate stations, which would presumedly include beIN Sports and the online media platform AJ+, would all need to cease operations. 

Al Jazeera's newsroom

4. Shut down funding to other news outlets

Qatar directly or indirectly funds outlets such as Arabi21, Rassd, Al Araby Al-Jadeed and Middle East Eye. 

This must end.

5. Terminate Turkish military presence in Qatar

Following the decision by the Arab nations to cut ties with Qatar, Turkey sped up efforts to send military troops to a base in the emirate. 

These troops must leave and cooperation with them must cease within Qatar's borders. 

Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the U.S. reaffirmed their commitment to fight terrorism at a summit in May

6. Stop funding groups designated as terrorists by other Arab countries

All means of funding to groups designated as terrorists by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt and the United States, among other countries, must be cut off. 

7. Hand over "terrorist figures"

Wanted individuals residing in Qatar must be returned to Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt. 

Their assets must be frozen and Qatar must provide information about their movements, residency, and finances.

Qatar must cut all ties with terrorist groups

8. Stop granting citizenship to wanted individuals from other GCC countries

Qatar must also stop the practice of granting citizenship to individuals wanted by other Arab nations. 

Individuals that have already been granted Qatari nationality in this manner must have their nationality revoked. 

9. End all contact with the political opposition in other GCC countries

Any files or data detailing past communications with such groups must also be handed over. 

Doha, Qatar

10. Pay reparations for damages and loss of life caused by Qatar's policies

This sum will be determined in conjunction with Qatar.  

11. Align with other Gulf and Arab countries on all fronts

Qatar will be required to fully align with other Gulf and Arab countries militarily, politically, socially and economically, in line with an agreement put forward by Saudi Arabia in 2014. 

Arab League headquarters in Cairo, Egypt

12. Agree to all the demands within 10 days

The list will become "invalid" if it is not responded to within 10 days. It's unspecified what action will be taken if Qatar does not give in to the demands. 

13. Consent to regular audits after demands are agreed to

These audits will occur monthly for the first year after the demands are agreed to. 

An audit would be held once per quarter in the second year, and then yearly audits would continue for ten years following an agreement.