Iran urges end to AL's unconstructive support for Riyadh

TEHRAN, Sep. 09 (MNA) – Iranian FM spokesman stressed that the Arab League must stop its unconstructive support for Riyadh firmly asking Saudi Arabia to end the slaughter in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Bahrain.

Bahram Ghasemi in response to the statement issued by the Council of Arab League, said "if the council is honest in its tendency towards contributing to the peaceful coexistence among nations, and holds serious will to create convergence and strengthening good neighborly relations in the region, it needs to stop unconstructive support for Riyadh."

He added that the organization must take constructive efforts firmly asking Saudi Arabia to put an end to the slaughter and repression of defenseless children and women in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Bahrain.

Arab League has to avoid supporting self-made terrorist groups in the region, he noted.

He criticized once again one-sided and wrong statements written 'surprisingly' to welcome others.

"The Islamic Republic recommends the Council to hold compassionate, benevolent approach and to open eyes to the facts; unilateral and fanatical support as well as sectarian view of Council leaders, some members and foreign ministers in recent years has not helped resolve the hardships, dilemmas, conflicts and misunderstandings between countries within the region and among union members," Ghasemi noted.

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