Big Brother not the only political canal in Persian Gulf

Big Brother not the only political canal in Persian Gulf
Iran's UN envoy - Hamid Aboutalebi

The Political adviser of the president’s office has said Kuwaiti emir’s visit to Tehran has proved the political issues in Persian Gulf have not gone only through Big Brother’s canal.

Hamid Aboutalebi wrote in his twitter that “Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah’s Tehran visit shows that political issues in Persian Gulf do not move through the Big Brother’s canal.”

He added that “in recent years some countries in Persian Gulf such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar, being affected by regional and North-African developments and in line with some superpowers countries, have tried to isolate and restrict Iran but since the last presidential elections in the country, Islamic Republic of Iran has adopt a new approach to handle the situation in Persian Gulf.”

Kuwaiti emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah arrived in Tehran on Sunday evening to explore ways of strengthening ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The emir was formally received by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran and in a meeting in Sunday evening they discussed ways to boost and strengthen ties between the two countries.

   
   

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