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An argument between Ibrahim al - Jaafari and al - Jubeir in the Arab League

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An argument between Ibrahim al - Jaafari and al - Jubeir in the Arab League

Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:50 pm

An argument between Ibrahim al - Jaafari and al - Jubeir in the Arab League

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The two foreign ministers of Iraq and Saudi Arabia met Tuesday at a meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo.

Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said that his country had intervened in the war in Yemen at the request of its legitimate government.

On the other hand, Jaafari said: "Do not tell me what I did not say, or I asked you a stronger answer."

After the clash, the media department of the conference cut off the sound of the conference being covered directly by satellite channels.

The governments of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and some other Arab countries in 2015 declared war against the Houthis, who now control most of Yemen, including the capital, Sanaa, after their coup in 2014 against the Yemeni government.

The Arab foreign ministers held Tuesday their 115th session in the Egyptian capital Cairo to discuss a number of issues including the Palestinian issue.


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