UAE says sees Iranian meddling in Yemen, region

By REUTERS
April 8, 2015 18:52

 
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DUBAI - Iran is meddling in Yemen's conflict and elsewhere in the region, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) foreign minister said on Wednesday, and Gulf Arab states had little grounds for hoping they could build normal ties with Tehran.

Sheik Abdullah bin Zayed added at a news conference that a Saudi-led coalition now attacking Iranian-allied Houthi fighters in Yemen wanted a UN Security Council resolution requiring all parties to take part in dialog and imposing a ban on arms purchases by Houthis and other groups "that are out of line."

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