The Arab Ministerial Quartet Committee on Iran reiterated, in Cairo, its solidarity with the Kingdom of Morocco against the interference of the Iranian regime and its ally “Hezbollah” in the internal affairs of the Kingdom.
A statement issued on the occasion of the Committee’s meeting in Cairo stressed that Iran’s arming and training of the separatist group of the Polisario Front “threaten the territorial integrity, security, and stability of Morocco.”
“Such dangerous and unacceptable practices are part of the Iranian regime’s ongoing destabilizing approach to regional security and stability,” noted the statement.
The Committee held its meeting, chaired by Saudi Arabia, on the sidelines of the work of the 159th session of the Arab League Council at the level of foreign ministers, with the participation of Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt, as well as the Secretary General of the Arab League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit.
The Committee further expressed its deep concern about the sectarianism fueled by Iran in Arab countries, including its support and arming of terrorist militias and the chaos and instability it creates in the region.
These moves are likely to threaten Arab national security, and consequently hinder regional efforts for a peaceful resolution of the problems and crises in the region.