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Manama withdraw its ambassador from Tehran and requests to leave the Iranian charge d'affaires
Bahrain - Iraq Press - pulled Bahrain's ambassador to Iran Rashid Saad Al-Dosari, also decided to consider acting Iranian Embassy in Bahrain, Mohammad Reza Babai, persona non grata and must leave the country within 72 hours, according to a statement Bahraini foreign minister published Bahrain News Agency. Kingdom attributed its decision to the Iranian repeated and blatant for all customs and international laws and conventions and the principles of good neighborliness and mutual respect violations, Beat rejected the independence and sovereignty of the Kingdom of Bahrain, according to the statement.
The statement said that the decision came in light of the continued Iranian meddling in the affairs of the kingdom without a legal deterrent or moral limit, and its attempts sinful and practices for creating sectarian strife, and the imposition of hegemony and control and hegemony over the entire region through tools and means reprehensible does not stop at the borders of the offending statements from senior officials, but extends to support subversion, terrorism and incitement to violence through misleading media campaigns, and supporting terrorist groups by assisting in the smuggling of weapons and explosives, and the training of its members, and sheltering fugitives from justice.
The press sources confirmed that a "declaration of withdrawal of the Bahraini Ambassador of Iran came just hours after the discovery of the Bahraini authorities to stockpile of weapons and arrested several people on suspicion of links to Iran and Iraq."