The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the four Arab countries combating terrorism; Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE and Bahrain, held a consultative meeting on Monday.
This meeting was arranged on the sidelines of the assembly held in Riyadh by the foreign ministers of the countries backing up coalition forces in Yemen.
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Ahmed Abu Zeid, said that during the meeting, the foreign ministers reviewed Qatar’s recent provocative practices aimed at undermining the four countries’ national security.
The ministers affirmed their full solidarity with each other and their adherence to the 13 demands they requested of the Qatari government in order to normalize relations with it.
Abu Zeid also pointed out that the four ministers also discussed a number of issues related to Arab national security, and stressed their solidarity in the face of external attempts to intervene in the affairs of Arab countries.
They also warned against jeopardizing the interests of any of the four countries, asserting their positions to protect Arab national security in the face of increasing threats and risks.