Iranian Government Denounced For Occupying UAE's Three Islands
Gulf Today|March 05, 2021
Arab foreign ministers have re-affirmed their support for UAE’s full sovereignty over its three islands occupied by Iran

The foreign ministers of the Arab League (AL) have re-affirmed their commitment to asserting UAE’s full sovereignty over its three Islands of Abu Mousa, Lesser Tunb and Greater Tunb and their support for all the peaceful means and measures taken by the Emirates to restore its sovereignty over the islands.

This came in a resolution by the AL’s Council titled “Iran’s Occupation of UAE’s Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb and Abu Mousa Islands in the Arabian Gulf.” The resolution was adopted at the end of the AL’s 155th session tonight.

The AL’s Council denounced the Iranian government’s continued occupation of the three islands and its violation of the UAE’s sovereignty in a way that destabilises the region and threatens international peace and security.

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