Arab parliaments supports Saudi, UAE, Bahrain withdrawing envoys from Qatar
Head of the Arab Parliament Ahmed bin Mohamed al-Jarawan - YOUM7 (Archive)
MENA

CAIRO: The Arab Peoples and Parliaments Organization under Abdel Aziz Abdullah voiced its support for the decision of Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain to withdraw their ambassadors from Doha in protest against its interference in their domestic affairs that threatens the Arab national security.
In statements to MENA, Abdullah voiced hope that Egypt and other Arab countries would follow in the steps of the three Gulf Cooperation Council countries, especially that Qatar has made Egypt more harm than any other country.

The decision gives a strong evidence on Qatar’s wrong policies towards the Arab countries and its bias to a terrorist organization which destabilizes the security and stability of the Arab world, he added.

Abdullah asserted that Qatar could be isolated at the Arab and international levels after such decision.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have said they are withdrawing their ambassadors to Qatar because Doha had not implemented an agreement among Gulf Arab countries not to interfere in each others’ internal affairs.

The three countries said the move was necessary “to protect their security and stability.”

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