Mar 5, 2014

Saudi Arabia, UAE & Bahrain recall Ambassadors from Qatar over alleged breach of security deal




In a sudden development, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain have recalled their Ambassadors from Qatar over alleged breach of security deal.
They issued a joint statement a short while ago stating the three states have decided to start taking measures they see fit to protect their security and stability, affirming that they are safeguarding the interests of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, including neighboring Qatar. They claim Qatar has not abided by a security agreement signed by GCC countries in Riyad, Saudi Arabia on 23 November 2013. The statement said that Qatar has failed to take the proper measure to put the agreement into effect. It further added that Qatar has failed to stick to the principles of non-intervention in other states' internal affairs and refraining from supporting all who threaten the security of the council states.

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