Qatar rejects evidence related to Iran’s involvement in destabilizing the region
Qatar has rejected the evidence presented against Iran by Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain which proves its involvement in activities aimed at destabilizing the region.
The state openly rejected several pieces of evidence simply because they were brought to light by the boycotting countries. Doha also expanded and reinforced its cooperation with Tehran on various levels.
The event occurred simultaneously to Washington’s call for support in its efforts to combat Iranian expansion.
Similarly, Qatar has chosen to ignore the American stance which condemns Iran’s regional policies. The Arab state urged Washington to push for serious dialogue with Tehran.
Since the start of the GCC rift with Qatar in June of last year, the Iranian-Qatari relationship has expanded; but fueled by controversy and uninterested in White House administration statements on the expansion of Iranian influence.
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