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ARABIC WARNING: “Turkey is a threat to the Arab countries”


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The 156th meeting of the Arab League Council at the level of foreign ministers began in Kuwait on Thursday, with Arab “fire” gathering soon against Turkey.

In a joint statement issued by the Foreign Ministers of the Arab League it is mentioned that:

“The Turkish interference in Arab affairs is a serious violation of international law and the relevant Security Council resolutions, it is a clear violation of the sovereignty of Arab countries and a serious threat to Arab national security.”

The Turkish Foreign Ministry, embarrassed, as in the previous days was falsely presenting a situation of reconciliation with the Arabs, immediately issued a statement saying:

“We completely reject the baseless allegations against our country, which are included in the decisions of the meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Arab League.

Turkey, through its principles and firm stances, is at the top of the list of countries that make the greatest efforts to maintain the sovereignty, territorial integrity, and independence of the Arab countries”.

In addition, during the talks between Turkey’s and Egypt’s diplomatic delegations, the Egyptians set as a precondition for the rapprochement of the two countries, Turkey to leave Libya, Syria, and Iraq, which means to give up on all of its “military successes”.

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