Iran’s interference in Arab domestic affairs and terrorism represent grave menaces to the security and stability of the Arab region, Kuwait’s Deputy Foreign Minister has said.

“Despite Kuwait's efforts to open up communication channels for dialogue between Arabian Gulf countries and neighbouring Iran with a view to enhancing regional security and stability, the Islamic Republic continued its interferences in domestic Arab affairs,” Khalid Al Jarallah told the 148th regular ministerial session of the Arab League Council in Cairo.

"The countries in the region still suffer from these interferences, the latest of which took place in my country in what is known as 'Al Abdali case' which impacted Kuwait's efforts to revive dialogue between Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member countries and Iran,” he said, quoted by Kuwait News Agency (Kuna) late on Tuesday.


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