GCC Chief condemns Turkish threats against UAE
RIYADH - Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Nayef al-Hajraf condemned on Tuesday the threats some Turkish officials have made against the United Arab Emirates.
Hajraf’s condemnation came during a meeting with Turkish Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Erdogan Kok, where he affirmed that the UAE’s security was an integral part of the Gulf, according to the Saudi Press Agency.
He underlined the GCC’s commitment to protecting the Arab national security, expressing his rejection of foreign interferences in Arab internal affairs.
Hajraf stressed the GCC's desire to ensure the security and stability of the region and develop relations with neighbouring countries in order to achieve mutual interests on the basis of respecting their sovereignty and without meddling in their internal affairs while resolving of all differences through peaceful means in line with international.