Algeria Calls Upon Gulf Countries To dialogue

date 2017/06/06 views 282 comments 0

icon-writer Echoroukonline/English version: Dalila Henache

Algeria called on the Gulf states to adopt the policy of dialogue "as a single way" to settle conflicts between them, after Arab countries cut off their relationships with Doha and accused it of supporting terrorism.

Algeria is following up the deteriorating relationships between the Gulf states and Egypt, after the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Egypt announced that they will cit off the diplomatic relationships with Qatar, statement of the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.

"All States that are concerned with the crisis are called to adopt dialogue as a single means of resolving their differences, which could arise in relationships between States".

"In all circumstances, Algeria calls for respecting the principle of good neighborliness, and non-interference in the states' internal affairs of and respecting their sovereignty".

"Algeria remains confident that the current difficulties are only circumstantial and that wisdom and rationality will prevail in the latter in view of the great stakes that are facing the Arab peoples, especially terrorism".

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