Arab Quartet’s Charges Unfounded

Arab Quartet’s Charges Unfounded  Arab Quartet’s Charges Unfounded

Iran dismissed as groundless the charges of destabilizing the region, recently made by a hostile group of pro-US Arab states.
The allegations came in a joint statement at the end of a Thursday meeting between foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain in Riyadh to discuss Tehran's activities in the Middle East.
It denounced what it called Iranian officials’ provocative anti-Arab statements and claimed Iran’s regional role “threatens Arab national security and obstructs regional and international efforts to resolve outstanding issues in a peaceful way”.
Condemning the bellicose stance the quartet holds toward the Islamic Republic, Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman, Bahram Qasemi, denied the accusations as "unfounded, insulting and stemming from delusion."


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