Bahrain’s foreign ministry summons Iraq’s ambassador
Ambassador Ahmed Naif Rasheed Al-Dalimi was summoned after Bahrain affirmed its condemnation and categorical rejection of recent statements
Bahrain ministry of foreign affairs has summoned on Monday Iraq’s ambassador of Iraq to the kingdom.
Ambassador Ahmed Naif Rasheed Al-Dalimi was summoned after Bahrain affirmed its condemnation and categorical rejection of recent statements made by the Iraqi Vice President Nouri Al Maliki.
Maliki, along with the the spokesman for the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, made comments on the judicial sentences carried out against the convicts executed for police killings in March 2014.
Bahrain’s Undersecretary for Regional and GCC Affairs Waheed Mubarak Sayyar “stressed that the Kingdom of Bahrain fully rejects any form of interference in its independent judiciary, calling for the immediate end of such remarks which are unacceptable interferences in the affairs of the Kingdom and a violation of the charters of the United Nations, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Arab League, as well as against the fraternal relations between the two countries and hamper efforts to promote and develop these ties,” according to an official statement.