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Post by claud39 on Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:35 am


Britain agrees to attend summit on Middle East issues, but on condition

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LONDON Reuters) - Britain on Sunday agreed to attend a summit on Middle East issues to be held in the Polish capital of Warsaw on February 13 under the auspices of the United States.

"British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who earlier this week held negotiations with his American counterpart Mike Pompeo in Washington, became the first high-level European minister to accept an invitation to attend the summit, but provided that Washington organizes on its sidelines, A special meeting of the Yemeni file. " 

Britain and the United States, as well as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, the two largest components of the Arab alliance, which is engaged in military operations in Yemen in support of the internationally recognized government against the Ansar al-Houthi group, should participate in the meeting. 

"This meeting will help contain a rare dispute between London and Washington over Yemen and will give the British Foreign Secretary an opportunity to assess the possibilities of rescuing the ceasefire agreement in the port of Hodeidah, which was concluded between the parties to the Yemeni conflict in Sweden last December."

The newspaper pointed out that "the senior European diplomats are hesitant in their positions about the summit, whose original goal is to form an international strategic alliance against Iran." 

Diplomats on the continent, according to the newspaper, that "this international meeting comes within the framework of the US move to blow up European support for the nuclear agreement concluded in 2015 between Tehran and the group 5 + 1, which withdrew from Washington unilaterally last year." 

Although the EU shared Washington's concern about Iran's behavior on many issues, the EU opposed the US administration's exit from the deal and the resumption of US sanctions on Tehran. 

Brussels is expected to launch soon plans to continue cooperation with Iran by circumventing US sanctions.

Washington has already invited ministers from 70 countries to attend the Warsaw summit, but European reluctance has pushed it to broaden the meeting's agenda to include more Middle East issues as well as Iran's threat. 

Russia has announced its boycott of this summit, as Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said it serves the US agenda, citing as an example that the Palestinian issue outside the issues to be discussed during that summit.
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