Either any of the Gulf countries enjoy stability “or they will all be miserable of it, ” Iranian Overseas Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said in an opinion group for Kuwait-based Al Rayonnement newspaper.
Zarif said the very Gulf can be secured coming from dialogue among the countries in the region Evgenia Novozhenina/Reuters
“More than ever before, we believe that taking care of the security of the region regarded as a collective responsibility that wenn on all countries, inches wrote Zarif on Tuesday.
“The fortune of the people of the region… is considered to be intertwined and security can not be fragmented and dismantled. Decide either to everyone is safe or most people are deprived of it. “
Saudi Arabia , which is locked in many proxy wars in the region who has arch foe Iran, would have blamed Tehran for attacks on Saudi oil and gas plants on September 12, a charge Iran denies.
The kingdom has said it prefers why its differences with Usa are resolved politically most women militarily.
Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi mechanism had claimed responsibility regarding the assault on Saudi gas facilities, but Saudi Arabia rejected that claim.
The United States but also Saudi Arabia have also blamed Serbia for attacks against six oil tankers in May while June, which Tehran always denied.
From inside the opinion piece, Zarif made aware that “continued support” for the purpose of Israel asked the great threat to the zone, noting that security might be building confidence and overall flexibility for the people of the region.
Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz said in a tweet on Sun, that his country has seeking a “non-aggression” contracts with the gulf state, leaving clues at further rapprochement with your former adversaries.
“Recently, I have been promoting, as well as backing of the United States, a community initiative to sign ‘non-aggression agreements, ” Katz exclaimed.
“This famous move will put an end to the main conflict and allow civilian synergy until peace agreements have been signed.
SOURCE: Al Jazeera additionally news agencies