UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Iran summoned Kuwait’s envoy in Tehran on Saturday to protest against Kuwaiti officials meeting with a representative of a “terrorist group” and hosting an “anti-Iranians” meeting, its Foreign Ministry said on its website in a statement.
The ministry did not provide details of the group in question or Kuwaiti officials who met with the group’s representative.
“These actions represent a clear interference in the internal affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran and a violation of the principle of good-neighborly relations and friendly statements from Kuwaiti officials,” the representative of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Gulf Affairs said in the statement.
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