Bahrain’s Foreign Minister: Iran is a state of occupier the lands of others and terrorize and kill people

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SHAFAQNA – Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Describe the Islamic Republic of Iran as a “state occupies the lands of others and terrorize and kill people.” The minister said own his account via a “Twitter”: “What my brother, Prince Saud al-Faisal about Iran and its policies in the region is the essence of truth and certainty, Iran is a state occupies the lands of others and terrorize and kill people.” He added: “Iran wants to be part of the solution in the region, it has to stop terrorism peoples of the region and its agents, and withdraw from the states and islands it occupies.”

On his part, said Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal said on Monday that Iran should withdraw its troops “territories” of Syria, in a joint press conference with his German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier. He said (Prince Saud ) also  that it applies to the presence of Iran in Iraq and Yemen, he said. According to the channel almayadeen , the Assistant Foreign Minister Abdul Ameer Abdallahaan, Iranian response to the Saudi foreign minister, urging Saudi Arabia to withdraw and end its military presence in Bahrain, in order to achieve a political solution in Bahrain and start a national dialogue. He also said the Saudi foreign minister, according to news agencies “stop Iran’s role in the region against Iran itself. There is no reservation on Iran as a nation and the citizens, but the reservation policy on Iran in the region.” He said the Saudi foreign minister that “in many of these conflicts (Iran) are part of the problem rather than part of the solution.”

“In Syria, for example, have troops … fighting the Syrians. In this case, we can say that Iranian forces occupying forces in Syria because the regime has lost its legitimacy.” And receives the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad financial and military support from Iran, but Iran denies any deployment of its forces on the ground in Syria. But the fighters of Hezbollah, the Lebanese pro-Iranian forces fighting alongside the regime in Syria, particularly in areas close to the Lebanese border. Prince Saud said “if they (Iran) want to contribute to solving the problems in Syria, it should withdraw its troops from Syria.” He added that “the same thing” applies to other areas, “whether in Yemen or Iraq, any place.” He concluded by saying “if it wants to be part of the solution, we welcome them.”


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