Qatar's foreign minister said on Monday the Arab states that establish ties with Israel undermine efforts for Palestinian statehood.

Iran Press/Middle East: The UAE, Bahrain, and Sudan have signed agreements on the normalization of relations with Israel in the White House in deals brokered by US President Donald Trump's administration.

At the time that the Israeli regime has occupied many Arab-Islamic areas in addition to repressing the Palestinians, the Arab regimes are making their efforts to normalize relations with the Israeli regime. 

Palestinian leaders have accused them of betrayal, while US and Israeli officials have said more Arab states could soon follow.

"I think it's better to have a united (Arab) front to put the interests of the Palestinians (first) to end the (Israeli) occupation," Qatar Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani told the online Global Security Forum.

He said the division was not in the interest of concerted Arab efforts to get the Israelis to negotiate with the Palestinians and resolve the decades-long conflict between the sides.

The UAE, Bahrain, and Sudan broke with decades of Arab policy that had demanded Israel first cede land to the Palestinians to form their own state before establishing relations.

Meanwhile, the Qatari Minister of Foreign Affairs, speaking in an interview with Al-Jazeera News Network on Monday, criticized measures taken to besiege Qatar and thanked the Islamic Republic of Iran for supporting Doha in siege condition and called on countries of the region to establish coexistence with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

"From the very beginning, we have opened our doors to dialogue based on mutual respect and respect for the sovereignty of nations," he said, adding, "The crisis of the Persian Gulf has no winner and [the result] is more instability in the region."

Al-Thani went on to say that Qatar has not taken any hostile action against besieging countries, adding, "We thank and appreciate the Islamic Republic of Iran that opened its airspace to Qatar under the siege."

"We are looking for a fruitful dialogue to resolve the differences prevailed in the region,” he added.

"The Islamic Republic of Iran is part of the region and there must be an agreement between Iran and the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) in the field of living in peace," the Qatari foreign minister highlighted.