Saudi Arabia: King Salman slams ‘dangerous’ Iran at Arab League meet

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz opened the 29th Arab League Summit in the city of Dhahran on Sunday, where representatives from 22 countries are meeting to discuss political, economic and social developments in the region.

In his opening speech, King Salman criticised Iranian influence on Arab countries, saying that it violates ‘the principles of international law and the values of good neighborliness.’

He also called on the international community to take ‘a firm and a strong position’ against Tehran’s ‘dangerous behavior.’

Besides tensions with Iran, issues in Palestine, Syria and Yemen are expected to be in focus of this year’s meeting.

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