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SAUDI ARAB NEWS – The United Arab Emirates (UAE), in response to a speech by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, has called on Iran’s in-charge Diafair in Abu Dhabi to normalize relations with Israel, according to his state’s media. Rouhani said in a speech on Saturday that the UAE made a “huge mistake” in reaching an agreement to establish diplomatic relations with Israel, calling it a betrayal by the Gulf state.
The UAE Foreign Ministry said the speech was “unacceptable and inflammatory
Rouhani said of the agreement announced on Thursday – they are better. They have made a big mistake. Emirati state news agency WAM reported on Sunday that the UAE’s foreign ministry summoned DeFair in charge and gave him a “strongly worded memo”. The UAE Foreign Ministry said the speech was “unacceptable and inflammatory and had serious implications for security and stability in the Gulf region.
Reminds Iran of its duty to protect UAE diplomatic mission in Tehran
The WAM also said that the Foreign Ministry reminded Iran of its duty to protect the UAE diplomatic mission in Tehran. Meanwhile, the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) secretary-general condemned the “threats” by the Iranian president and the UAE’s other Iranian officials over their agreement with Israel to normalize relations, with the GCC late on Sunday night Said in the statement. . There was no immediate response from the Iranian government.
Demonstrated against the agreement
Iranian media reported that a small group of protesters gathered late Saturday night in front of the UAE embassy in Tehran, demonstrating against the settlement, making the UAE the first Gulf Arab state – and the third Arab country after Egypt and Jordan – to complete Diplomatic relationship with Israel to be. Israel and the UAE announced that they were establishing full diplomatic relations in the US-Brocade deal, which foresaw a delayed plan to illegally occupy Israel’s land that the Palestinians Sought for his future kingdom.
Netanyahu said he would go ahead with the annexing parts of the West Bank
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has insisted that annexation is planned only at the “temporary hold” at the request of the United States.
After US President Donald Trump released his Middle East plan earlier this year, which was rejected by the Palestinians, Netanyahu said he would move forward with annexing parts of the West Bank. Separately on Sunday, Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi and her UAE counterpart, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed, launched a telephone service between the two countries.