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An international summit next month on Middle East security

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An international summit next month on Middle East security

Post by claud39 on Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:01 pm

http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storytopic=43&storyid=184801


[ltr]An international summit next month on Middle East security[/ltr]





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[ltr]The United States is planning to hold an international summit on the Middle East, especially on Iran next month in Poland, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.[/ltr]

[ltr]In an interview with Fox News on Friday, Pompeo said the international meeting would be held on February 13 and 14 in Poland and "will focus on stability in the Middle East and the issues of peace, freedom and security in this region and will also address the issue of ensuring that Iran does not have Any destabilizing effect "[/ltr]

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Will start in January next .. Iran goal of "Arab NATO"

Post by claud39 on Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:04 pm

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/news/middle-east/469455



Will start in January next .. Iran goal of "Arab NATO"

Will be held in accordance with a security, economic and political agreement of 9 countries


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The Arab world is looking forward to the formation of a military alliance called "Arab NATO" along the lines of the international alliance known as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which is expected to launch during a summit hosted by the United States of America in January.
Deputy Secretary of State for Arab Gulf Affairs, Tim Linderking, revealed the new features of the new Arab alliance and its long-term goals, indicating that it will include the GCC countries (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain) Qatar and Oman), as well as the United States of America, Egypt and Jordan.
The official said that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will host a meeting of the GCC + 2 on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly to prepare for the upcoming January summit.
"The idea of ​​the alliance stems from the Riyadh Summit of 2017, where it was agreed with the United States and the Gulf Cooperation Council to meet annually, and in addition there was strong interest from both sides in the formation of the Middle East strategic alliance."
He revealed that "the alliance will be based on a security, economic and political agreement linking the GCC countries, the United States, Egypt and Jordan."
The concept of the Middle East Strategic Alliance was "to build a strong shield against threats in the Gulf, especially Iran, cyber attacks, infrastructure attacks and coordination of conflict management efforts from Syria to Yemen as part of its agenda," Landring said.
He considered that increased coordination of efforts leads to enhancing the effectiveness of stability, noting that Iran is the "first threat" to the list of the coalition.
 He criticized Iran's role in Yemen and said: "Iran is getting away with actual killings. They are helping and inciting the Huthis to attack Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, which is unacceptable to the United States. These are key allies, and their territorial integrity is the cornerstone of our policy. In the Gulf for decades. "
"It is our duty to raise the cost to Iran, and part of our own strategy is to confront the Iranians who are moving in the theater of operations," he said. This is impunity. "
Asked whether the countermeasures would include increasing the US naval presence near the Bab al-Mandab Strait and intercepting arms shipments, the US official said: "This is what we will see soon, and we will add to that to see what Iranians are already doing."
Lenderking denied the claim that the United States was shrinking its defense commitment following a report in the Wall Street Journal that it was withdrawing missile defense systems from Kuwait, Bahrain and Jordan to counter threats from China and Russia in other regions. "It is not a retreat in commitment but a transfer of resources."
The US official expressed the hope that "the GCC countries will consider the priority of US relations before entering into problematic agreements with other countries," praising at the same time the improvement of Saudi-Iraqi relations, and the recent announcement that Germany and Saudi Arabia have restored their diplomatic relations in full , And considered it "wonderful".

 

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