“Iran’s support for militias threatens GCC, British parliament hears”
The National writes: ABU DHABI // Iran’s nuclear deal and the republic’s support for militias across the region are some of the major threats facing GCC countries, the head of an Abu Dhabi think tank told the British parliament.
Dr Ahmed Al Hamli told the International Relations Committee this threat had led to a regional shift of power from legitimate states to illegitimate terrorist groups, weakening the region for the Islamic republic to gain more control.
“It is important to include tougher conditions and a mechanism to hold Iran responsible for its breaches of the nuclear deal.”
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