Jubeir's statements came shortly after Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt, severed diplomatic ties and transport links with Qatar on Monday, with air, sea, and land borders shut down and Qatari diplomats and residents expelled from the neighbouring countries.
He said he had not been officially informed of any USA investigation into the alleged hacking of Qatar's news agency, a development which is part of the dispute.
"These statements are a shock to our Palestinian people and to our Arab and Islamic nation, which considers the Palestinian cause its central cause", the statement said.
No details were given on the talks.
It's no secret that Saudi Arabia and Hamas have not always seen eye-to-eye.
"The U.S. has a stake in Arab unity ... and there will be political and commercial forces trying to get back a normal relationship with Qatar", he said.
Abouelhoul said he believed Hamas needed to distance itself from Qatar, and withdraw its officials from Doha, if it wanted to retain the support of other Gulf states.
"Let me say at the outset that we do not think the sanctions against Qatar are good", Erdogan said in a speech in Ankara on Tuesday.
A Palestinian Foreign Ministry spokesperson identified the killed Palestinian as 25-year-old Fadi Ibrahim Anjar and said he was shot in the stomach.
President Donald Trump appeared to praise the Arab states' move, tweeting that during his recent Mideast trip, he had "stated that there can no longer be funding of radical ideology". "They are running a "luxury" revolution, establishing a shadow government to replace" the PA, the officials said. "Perhaps this will be the beginning of the end to the horror of terrorism!"