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    Newspaper: Washington prevented escalation measures from three Gulf states against Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:12 pm

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    [size=52]Newspaper: Washington prevented escalation measures from three Gulf states against Iraq[/size]

    [size=45]An official source said Monday that the United States has blocked the actions of three countries that were aimed at retaliating against Iraq over the incident of storming the embassy and landing the Bahraini flag, while noting that Iraqi officials acted with "intelligence." 
    The newspaper quoted the Gulf source as saying that "US officials moved after the incident of storming the Bahraini embassy in Baghdad, to stop the actions of three Gulf countries, namely Bahrain, the UAE and Saudi Arabia, was aimed to respond to Iraq on the incident of storming the embassy and take down the Bahraini flag," noting that " Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, was seeking a position of solidarity by the UAE and Saudi Arabia with the crisis of the Embassy of his country, including the recall of ambassadors and the statement of denunciation, with the possibility of things to the extent of reducing the diplomatic missions of the three countries.

    [size=45]He added that "the Americans helped to pull the fuse of a diplomatic crisis between Iraq and the three countries," adding that "Iraqi officials acted intelligently in the rapid communication with Manama after the incident, and clarify their position and express their regret about this development."[/size]
    [size=45]"Investigations are continuing with more than 50 people in detention," he said, denying that reports of their release were correct.[/size]
    [size=45]The source pointed out that "it is hoped that the results of the investigation will be announced soon after the analysis of video surveillance cameras," noting that "an investigation also with security elements allowed the demonstrators to exceed the limits allowed to approach the embassy."[/size]


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