Saudi FM: Arabs should stand up against Iran ambitions
Saudi Arabia's top diplomat called on Arabs on Tuesday to stand up to Iran's ambitions in the region, including its nuclear program. According to the AP, Prince Saud al-Faisal told a meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo that non-Arab states should not interfere in Iraq, Lebanon and the Palestinian territories.
Saud stressed that resolution of disputes among Arabs depended on a unified and a joint vision in dealing with the Iranian challenge in regard to the Gulf security and the nuclear issue. “In order to cement Arab reconciliation, we need a common vision for issues that concern Arab security and deal with the Iranian challenge,” al-Faisal was quoted as saying.
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