Arab League chief calls for dialogue with Iran
Arab League chief Amr Mussa has accused Tehran of meddling in Arab affairs and called for an Arab dialogue with Iran to resolve differences. In comments published on Tuesday by a Kuwaiti newspaper, he said: "This (Iranian) interference should not take place. This is a very serious situation."
"We (the Arab League) have urged Arab states and Iran to open a dialogue... It is in our interest to start a common Arab dialogue with Iran to debate controversial issues... and try to resolve them," Mussa conveyed.
The AL chief arrived in Kuwait to attend a meeting of Arab politicians and academics.