UAE Summons Iran Dip
By Micah Halpern
Monday August 17, 2020
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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) summoned the Iranian Charge d’Affaires stationed at the Iranian Embassy in Abu Dhabi and issued a stern memo.
The summons came as a result of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s threatening statements concerning the UAE and the new agreement emerging between the UAE and Israel.
The memo, which was published on twitter, reads that he was summoned and that the government: “hands him a strong note of protest against threats in President Rouhani's speech on UAE sovereign decisions. Ministry considers the speech unacceptable & inflammatory w/ serious implications for security & stability in the region.”
Iran’s statements were viewed by the UAE as an “interference in internal affairs and an attack on sovereignty.”
The UAE is telling Iran that they are not free to act or even speak as they please.
The UAE is warning that there will be diplomatic repercussions for Iran’s aggressive behavior.
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