Riyadh-Iraq Press -13 March / March announced the GCC rejected Iranian interference in Iraq, and its support for the Iraqi people in the face of the threat of terrorism, after a foreign ministers meeting in the Saudi capital Riyadh, Thursday.
In the Yemeni affairs Qatar's Foreign Minister Khalid al-Attiyah said at a news conference after the end of the meeting, "an invitation dialogue in Riyadh include all parties, including the Houthis, we wish the participation of all Yemeni parties to dialogue to resolve the crisis."
On the Iranian situation, Attiyah said, "We support the evacuation of the Middle East from weapons of mass destruction, and the agreement with Iran should include the inability to produce a nuclear weapon."
In contrast confirmed Secretary of Cooperation Council Abdullatif Al-Zayani, that is to set a date to establish the Yemeni dialogue is up to President Hadi. Explaining that it "does not recognize the constitutional announcement of the Houthis and must return to the political process."
Al-Attiyah was in his opening speech to the meeting, "the position of the Gulf states towards the Yemeni crisis, supporting the constitutional legitimacy represented by the President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, and refused to various measures taken to impose a fait accompli by force, calling on the parties and political forces, putting the interest of Yemen and its people and work to complete the implementation of the political process in accordance with the output results National Dialogue Initiative and the Gulf on the basis of participation among all spectra in a fair and equitable so as to enhance the unity and stability of Yemen. "
With regard to Iraq, Al-Attiyah said, "The GCC confirms its support for Iraq's unity and territorial integrity and to support the Iraqi government and help for security and stability provide in Iraq, and non-interference in its internal affairs and extend its sovereignty over all its territory, and will not be achieved only with the cooperation of all segments of the Iraqi people and the concerted their efforts to give priority to the interests of Iraq and to preserve the coherence of his people and the unity of its national soil .anthy (1)
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