Riyadh: Arab countries have expressed their concerns about Iran’s continuous expansion of their policies in the region.
Eleven Arab countries have sent a letter of complaint to the United Nations , the letter condemned Iran’s role in Yemen and their support and training of Houthi militias, as well as the smuggling of arms to them.
The letter also demanded to end Iran’s intervention policy in other countries of the region.
The Gulf Cooperation Council countries, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Sudan, and Yemen sent the letter to Peter Thomson, the president of the UN General Assembly 71st session, and was distributed to UN state members.
The letter voiced concerns of Iran’s calls for a revolution, adding that Iran sponsors terrorism in Lebanon, Syria and Yemen and supports terrorist cells and groups in Bahrain, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and other countries.