Aboul Gheit: Turkish, Iranian interventions exacerbated Arabic crisis

The Secretary-General of the Arab States League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, confirmed that the regional interventions, by Iran and Turkey, exacerbated the Arab crises.

"The interventions of our neighbors in the region, especially from Iran and Turkey, have complicated the crises," said Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit during his speech at the Arab summit in Tunis.

"Arab national security is facing the most serious challenges of the past years," Aboul Gheit said.

"The Golan is occupied Syrian territory and the Israeli occupation is trying to seize the gains," the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States said in his address to US President Donald Trump's decision on the Golan Heights.

The Arab summit was held today in Tunis, attended by most Arab presidents, to discuss the Arab crises in Syria, Yemen and Libya and regional and international interventions.

Both the Tunisian president and the Saudi king stressed the need to stop foreign and regional interference.



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