Arab leaders call for better 'neighborly' ties with Iran

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March 31, 2019 21:11
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TUNIS - Arab leaders on Sunday invited non-Arab Iran to work with Arab countries on the basis of good neighborly ties and without interfering in each others' internal affairs.

"We affirm that cooperative relations between Arab countries and the Islamic Republic of Iran be based on good neighborliness," they said in a statement at the end of a summit in Tunis.

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