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S Arabia suffers from political dizziness

TEHRAN, Jun. 05 (MNA) – Iranian Parliament's General Director for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Al Saud is suffering from severe political dizziness and is unable to solve its problems inside the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council.

Pointing to the recent move by some Arabic countries to cut ties with Qatar, Amir-Abdollahian said maintaining logical and privileged relations and strengthening friendship and cooperation with neighbors is the principled policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and underlined six states of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council have never been true allies.

“Unfortunately, the tribal, sectarian, diplomacy of dollar policies and strategy of expanding Wahhabism by the Saudi rulers and its few allies have put the region and the Islamic world on the verge of division, conflict, extremism and terrorism,” he added.

Amir-Abdollahian asserted that Saudi authorities with false reliance on outsiders think they can take over the leadership of the Arab and Islamic world resorting to the diplomacy of cutting political relations, military and security approaches, promise of petrodollars, military conflicts towards neighbors and strengthening the spirit of nurturing terrorism in the region and settle the issues in favor of ‘the deformed baby’ born from security-political alliance of Tel Aviv and Riyadh.

In this regard, he added, Saudi Arabia does not give credit to even its Persian Gulf littoral Arab states (the so-called allies).

We had already warned Saudi Arabia and some other sponsors of terrorism that this policy threatens public security and breeds division in the region, Amir-Abdollahian noted.

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