Arab, Gulf summits reject Iran's interference in region

The Gulf and Arab summits, which were held in Mecca on Thursday night, rejected Iranian interference in the region.

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul Aziz announced yesterday the end of the Arab emergency summit held in Mecca on Thursday night.

The final communiqué issued by the Arab summit stressed the solidarity of the Arab countries in the face of Iranian interventions, stressing the adherence of Arab countries to the resolutions of the previous Arab summit on the Palestinian Cause.

He also condemned the Iranian intervention in the Syrian crisis and its impact on the unity of Syria. He also condemned the Arab countries' condemnation of Iran's occupation of the three UAE islands and its interference in the affairs of Bahrain and supporting terrorist groups there. Arab countries also condemned the Iranian-made ballistic missiles from Yemen on Saudi Arabia.

Iraq objected to the final communiqué of the Arab summit, which condemned Iran's behavior and attacks in the region.

While the leaders of the Arab countries gathered in their speeches during the emergency summit, the security of the Gulf states is a cornerstone of the stability of the region.

In another context, the summit of leaders of the GCC countries started yesterday evening at Al-Safa Palace in Mecca, under the chairmanship of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, and discussed a number of issues, including Iranian threats and interference in the countries of the region.

The final statement of the Gulf summit confirmed the support of the US strategy towards Iran. It also stressed the joint defense agreement between the GCC states and that any attack on one of them is an attack on the other.

The Gulf summit called on the international community to take firm action against the Iranian regime and to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear capabilities.

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