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Iraq objects to the final communiqué of the Arab emergency summit

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Iraq has objected to the final communiqué of the Arab summit on Thursday in Mecca, which condemned Iran's "interference" in the affairs of other countries. 
"Iraq opposes the final communiqué issued by the emergency Arab summit in Mecca, which condemned Iran's intervention in the affairs of other countries," Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit said in a statement broadcast live. 
Aboul Gheit added that the Iraqi statement in this regard was contained in it. "While Iraq reiterates its denunciation of any action that would target the security of the Kingdom and the security of our brothers in the Gulf, I would like to clarify that we did not participate in the drafting of the final statement. Current formulation ".
"The regional and international crisis with Iran threatens to turn into a comprehensive war if we do not improve its administration, 
Saleh called on neighbors and allies to "support Iraq's stability". 
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah called on Thursday for decisive action to stop what he called the "sabotage activities" of the Iranian regime in the region following attacks on oil tankers off the coast of the UAE and two pumping stations in the kingdom. 
The summit statement also said Saudi Arabia had every right to defend its territory in the wake of attacks by a Yemeni al-Houthi aircraft on two oil pumping stations in Saudi Arabia this month.
A statement issued by the Gulf Cooperation Council states and a separate statement issued after the Arab Summit on the right of Saudi Arabia and the UAE to defend their interests after these attacks.


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{International: Al Furat News} Iraq objected to the final communiqué of the Arab emergency summit held on Thursday in Mecca, which condemned the "interference" Iran in the affairs of other countries.
"Iraq opposes the final communiqué issued by the emergency Arab summit in Mecca which condemned Iran's intervention in the affairs of other countries," Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit said in a statement broadcast live on Thursday evening. 
Aboul Gheit added that the Iraqi statement in this regard was contained in it. "While Iraq reiterates its denunciation of any action that would target the security of the Kingdom and the security of our brothers in the Gulf, I would like to clarify that we did not participate in the drafting of the final statement, and that Iraq records its objection to the final statement in its wording Current ". 
For his part, President Barham Saleh warned during the summit of the outbreak of all-out war in the region in light of the continuing crisis with Iran, saying "the regional and international crisis with Iran warns of turning into a comprehensive war if we do not improve its management." 
Saleh also called on "neighbors and allies" to support the stability of his country.
Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz called for an urgent Arab summit on Thursday to take decisive action to stop the "sabotage activities" of the Iranian regime in the region following attacks on tankers off the coast of the UAE and two pumping stations in the kingdom. 
The summit statement also said Saudi Arabia had every right to defend its territory in the wake of attacks by a Yemeni al-Houthi aircraft on two oil pumping stations in Saudi Arabia this month. 
A statement issued by the Gulf Cooperation Council states and a separate statement issued after the Arab Summit on the right of Saudi Arabia and the UAE to defend their interests after these attacks


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The Secretary-General of the Arab League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, said in a statement broadcast live that Iraq opposed the final communiqué issued by the emergency Arab summit in Mecca, which condemned "interference" Iran in the affairs of other countries. 
"While Iraq reiterates its denunciation of any action that would target the security of the Kingdom and the security of our brothers in the Gulf, I would like to make it clear that we did not participate in the drafting of the final communiqué and Iraq records its objection to the final statement in its current wording, . 
The summit statement also said Saudi Arabia had every right to defend its territory in the wake of attacks by a Yemeni al-Houthi aircraft on two oil pumping stations in Saudi Arabia this month. 
The final communiqué of the Arab summit in Makkah emphasized the Arab countries' efforts to restore security stability, stressing the need for all countries of the region to respect the principles of good neighborliness.
The statement also stressed "to refrain from the use or flagellation of force, to interfere in the internal affairs of States and to violate their sovereignty". 
In this context, he said that Iran's behavior in the region "contradicts those principles and undermines the requirements of confidence and thus threatens the security and stability of the region is a direct and serious threat." He also stressed that cooperation relations with Iran must be based on the principle of good neighborliness, non- .


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Saleh also called on "neighbors and allies" to support the stability of his country. 

The Saudi King [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] bin Abdul Aziz had called during an emergency Arab summit on Thursday to take decisive action to stop the "subversive activities of the Iranian regime" in the region in the wake of the attacks targeted oil tankers off the coast of the UAE and the two stations to pump oil in the Kingdom. 

The summit statement also said Saudi Arabia had every right to defend its territory in the wake of attacks by a Yemeni al-Houthi aircraft on two oil pumping stations in Saudi Arabia this month. 

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Condemned the final communiqué of the Arab emergency summit held in Mecca this night, what he considered "subversive acts" carried out by the Houthi militia in Saudi Arabia and off the coast of the UAE.
The statement - officially recorded by Iraq - also condemned the continued firing of Iranian-made ballistic missiles at Saudi Arabia and continued Iranian support for the Houthi militia in Yemen.
The summit statement, which Saudi Arabia called for under regional conditions dominated by US-Iranian tension, stressed that cooperation between Arabs and Iran must be based on the principle of good neighborliness and non-interference.
He also condemned Iran's continued support of "terrorist groups" in Bahrain, its interference in Syrian internal affairs and its "occupation" of the three Emirates islands.
On Palestine, the statement affirmed the Arab summit's commitment to the resolutions of the Dhahran and Tunis summits on the Palestinian issue.
Critical attitude 
was the Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz has called on Arab leaders at the summit opening to take a decisive stand against the actions of Iran , which he considered a "terrorist".

He stressed during his speech that "Iran is committing terrorist acts directly or through its agents to undermine Arab security," pointing out that the failure to take a firm and deterrent position to confront the Iranian terrorist practices in the region made them persist.
The King told the summit that the Palestinian issue "remains our primary cause until the Palestinian people get their stolen rights and establish an independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital in accordance with the relevant international resolutions and the Arab peace initiative."
For his part, the Tunisian president condemned the targeting of safe cities in Saudi Arabia and vessels near the territorial waters of the Arabian Gulf, pointing out that it is unacceptable to drag the region into new chapters of tension.
The Secretary-General of the Arab League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, also rejected the university's rejection of the security of the Arab region or endangering it, pointing out that the threat of maritime security, security of sea lanes and trade routes represents a serious escalation.
"The Iranian backed Houthi militias that threaten the sea lanes are dangerous," Aboul Gheit said. "These militias rejected every compromise and sought to disassociate themselves from any obligation. They do not hesitate to threaten religious sanctities in Saudi Arabia."
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stressed that the attacks against Saudi Arabia and the UAE are terrorist attacks that call for international condemnation and represent an occasion to renew the debate on the effectiveness of joint Arab action.
Al-Sisi said that the Arab countries can not tolerate any regional party that threatens their security, stressing that these countries can not accept the presence of foreign occupation forces on the territory of two Arab countries.
The Jordanian King Abdullah II considered that the current Arab summit comes and the Arab countries in dire need to unify the positions, again the position of his country, which rejects any interference in the affairs of Arab countries and any threat to its security.
He stressed that the consolidation of stability in the region can not be achieved without a lasting and just solution to the Palestinian issue.
But Iraqi President Barham Salih said in a speech on the occasion that Iran is a neighboring country and must maintain its security, pointing out that Iraq will do its utmost to open the door to constructive dialogue and renounce violence.
Saleh also condemned any hostile action directed at the security of the Gulf states or any Arab or Islamic country, pointing out that "the security of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and the Gulf countries is the security of Iraq."
Fear and anxiety in 
turn , said the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al - Ahmad Al- Sabah "We are fearfully and deeply concerned about the escalation that currently experienced in the region."

Any solution to the Palestinian question must be based on the resolutions of international legitimacy on the basis of a Palestinian State with East Jerusalem as its capital.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas affirmed his absolute rejection of the American attempts to overthrow international law and international legitimacy with the so-called "century deal".
Abbas stressed that Palestine will not participate in the workshop called by the administration of President Donald Trump in Manama, noting that the Palestinian Authority refuses to replace the principle of "land for peace" with the principle of "prosperity for peace" to resolve the Palestinian issue.
Source: Al Jazeera + Agencies


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