General Joseph Wattle, commander of the U.S. Central Command, called on the Gulf states to unite to confront Iran's destabilizing actions in the region, the National website said on September 13.
Wouter made the remarks at a military conference in Kuwait. The chief of the general staff of all members of the Arabia Gulf Cooperation Committee attended the meeting, including Qatar. In addition, the chief of staff of Egypt and Jordan also attended the meeting.
"Iran's destabilizing behavior and extremist groups are two major factors that pose a long-term threat to our security in the region," the website quoted Waterer as saying.
According to a statement posted on the U.S. Central Command website, the United States and Arab countries convened a meeting of Chiefs of Staff aimed at "emphasizing U.S. zeal for regional affairs and better understanding of regional issues."
At present, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt four countries accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism, destabilizing the region and imposing a political and economic blockade on it.
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