Roudao unique publication of a draft resolution, "Iranian interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries," issued by the Arab League Council

By Roudao 35 minutes ago

Roudao - Oman

issued the Arab League Council, a draft resolution on "Iranian interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries", for approval at the twenty - eighth session of the Arab summit to be held on Wednesday, at the Dead Sea in the Jordanian capital Amman.

The draft resolution , which is unique Roudao media network published 15 paragraph on "Iranian interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries," while Iraq 's reservation to the title of the resolution and some of its provisions.

The draft resolution " to emphasize the importance of the cooperation between the Arab countries and the Islamic Republic of Iran 's relations based on the principle of good neighborliness and to refrain from the use or threat of force and to condemn the Iranian interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries as a violation of the rules of international law and the principle of good Jawae and sovereignty of States, and the claim Islamic Republic of Iran to refrain from provocative acts that would undermine confidence - building and threaten the security and stability in the region. "

The draft resolution also emphasizes the "condemnation of the attacks suffered by the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Tehran and general consulate in Mashhad and download the Islamic Republic of Iran's responsibility for that, and claim to abide by international conventions and treaties in this regard, particularly the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations of 1961 and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963 ".

The draft resolution condemned what he called the "inflammatory statements and hostility continued," Iranian officials against Arab countries, calling on Tehran to halt the media campaigns against Arab countries as "blatant interference in the internal affairs" and "refrain from policies that would feed the sectarian and religious conflicts and to refrain from supporting groups that fueling these conflicts. "