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    Arab Gulf states: we support Iraq in its war against terrorism and deplore the use of its territory

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    expressed Gulf leaders, on Wednesday, for refusing to "complete" the Iranian interference in the internal affairs of the GCC countries and the region, and condemned the "bloodshed" in Aleppo , Syria, and expressed their support for the Baghdad government, the restoration of Mosul process.
    According to a lengthy final statement issued by the Gulf 37, hosted by Bahrain over two days and concluded the day Summit, to denounce the Gulf states for the issuance of the US Congress passed legislation known as: justice law against sponsors of terrorism, Justa, "and support a political solution in Yemen.
    With regard to international efforts to combat the state regulation, the statement referred to "the continuation of Member States to fight against the so-called Daesh, by all means in Syria, Iraq and other fronts, and a commitment to participate in the international coalition to fight it."
    The renewed emphasis on the "decision of the GCC countries (in March / March 2016) as Hezbollah, all the leaders and factions and organizations affiliated and emanating from it a terrorist organization."
    The statement said that "the continued shedding of blood in Syria's worsening humanitarian situation, especially in the city of Aleppo (north), and violations of international humanitarian law amounting to war crimes, call for an emergency special session of the General Assembly of the United Nations."
    Gulf leaders "confirmed their support for the efforts of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey, calling for the convening of an emergency special session of the General Assembly of the United Nations to discuss the situation in Syria."
    And on the Yemeni crisis, the statement stressed "the importance of a political solution in accordance with the Gulf initiative and its mechanism of the Executive, and the outputs of the comprehensive national dialogue conference and Conference Riyadh, full and unconditional implementation of Security Council resolution 2216 (2015)."
    The statement, that "the formation of a national salvation government, and so-called political council in the Republic of Yemen, between Ansar Allah Houthis, and the followers of Ali Abdullah Saleh, a departure from the constitutional legitimacy internationally recognized, and puts obstacles in the way to reach a 
    political agreement."
    The statement also expressed support for the Gulf States to the Iraqi government "in the liberation of Mosul (the process was launched in October / October) the past the so-called Daesh," and through "his condemnation of the crimes committed on a sectarian basis against civilians in the liberated areas."
    Gulf leaders expressed regret of "statements by some Iraqi officials and the media about some of the GCC countries and the use of Iraqi territory for training and smuggling of arms and explosives to the Member States."
    In Libya, the Gulf leaders) urged all parties to "complete the institutional structure of the transition state, to enable the House of Representatives (Btabrq / East) to play its role, inviting government of national reconciliation (in Tripoli to promote dialogue with all national components to promote national reconciliation."
    The leaders agreed that the Gulf states, to "continue efforts to move from the stage of cooperation to the stage of the Union", raising what is being reached to the next GCC summit scheduled to be held in Kuwait in 2017.
    Gulf leaders and deported file "Gulf Union" to the next year, by directing them "to continue to pursue efforts to move from the stage of cooperation to the stage of the Union (...), raising what is being reached to the Supreme Council at its next session (2017)."
    With regard to the relationship with the United States under the administration of President-elect Donald Trump, the Gulf leaders stressed "their aspiration to strengthen the historical and strategic relations with the United States and work together to achieve peace and stability in the region and the world."
    They expressed their "deep concern and condemnation for the issuance of the US Congress passed legislation known as: justice law against sponsors of terrorism, Justa," expressing "the hope that the revision of this legislation."
    The Gulf states "expressed their satisfaction and appreciation for the achievements made in the scope of achieving defense integration among the GCC countries in order to build a strong strategic partnership and the establishment of an effective defense system to cope with various challenges and threats, and the steps that have been made to create a unified military command."
    He stressed the Gulf states for their support, "the state of Palestine joining the United Nations as a full member (obtained in 2012 on the status of non-member observer state) in all regional and international forums."
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