The leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) stressed, on Tuesday, at the conclusion of the summit held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, that “the Gulf countries consider any attack on a member state as an attack on all members.”
The statement of the summit of the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council stressed “the need to make joint efforts to confront all threats,” and “the Gulf summit adheres to the principle of non-interference in the affairs of other countries.”
It also rejects foreign interference in Arab countries from any side, stressing that “the security of The GCC states are all indivisible in accordance with the principle of common defense and the concept of collective security.
He also affirmed the GCC positions rejecting foreign interference in the Arab countries from any party and rejecting any threat to any member state, stressing that the security of the GCC states is indivisible in accordance with the principle of joint defense and the concept of collective security.
At the conclusion of the 42nd summit of GCC leaders, the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Nayef Al-Hajraf, indicated the leaders’ emphasis on “the need to intensify efforts to confront the challenges of the Corona epidemic.”
Al-Hajraf announced the approval of the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries to establish the Gulf Railways Authority.
The leaders of the Council blessed the inauguration of the headquarters of the unified military command in the city of Riyadh, expressing the wishes of the leaders of the Council to “to enhance defense integration and joint collective security of the GCC states.”
The leaders of the GCC states directed the need to “strengthen joint action and coordinate plans aimed at achieving sustainability and dealing with climate change and its effects.”
The leaders also stressed the need to “strengthen joint action among the GCC countries to implement the carbon circular economy approach launched by Saudi Arabia during its presidency of the G20.”
Regarding the Houthi attacks in Yemen, the leaders of the Council considered that “the hostile acts and terrorist operations represented by launching ballistic missiles and booby-trapped drones to target civilians and civilian objects in Saudi Arabia, and violating international and humanitarian law by using the civilian population in Yemeni civilian areas as human shields, and launching booby-trapped and drone boats from After”, it represents a serious threat to regional and international security.