The United States welcomes the resumption of Gulf and Arab cooperation

Pompeo: The return of full diplomatic relations is mandatory for all parties

The United States has welcomed the resumption of cooperation between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries on military, economic, health, cultural and anti-corruption efforts.

This is according to a statement issued by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

“We are encouraged by the progress made today with the” Al-Ula Declaration “at the Gulf Cooperation Council summit, which reflects the positive steps taken to restore Gulf and Arab unity,” Pompeo said.

He added: “We have always emphasized that the truly united Gulf will bring greater prosperity through the free flow of goods and services and greater security for its people.

Pompeo added: “Today we welcome the pledge to restore cooperation in military, economic, health and cultural endeavors, and we hope that the Gulf states will continue to resolve their differences.”

He continued: It is imperative that all parties in the region unite against common threats to restore full diplomatic relations.

At the end of the report, US Secretary of State Pompeo thanked Kuwait for its mediation and support in resolving the Gulf conflict.

The United States welcomes the resumption of Gulf and Arab cooperation


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The United States has welcomed the resumption of cooperation between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries on military, economic, health, cultural and anti-corruption efforts.

This is according to a statement issued by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

“We are encouraged by the progress made today with the” Al-Ula Declaration “at the Gulf Cooperation Council summit, which reflects the positive steps taken to restore Gulf and Arab unity,” Pompeo said.

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He added: “We have always emphasized that the truly united Gulf will bring greater prosperity through the free flow of goods and services and greater security for its people.

Pompeo added: “Today we welcome the pledge to restore cooperation in military, economic, health and cultural endeavors, and we hope that the Gulf states will continue to resolve their differences.”

He continued: It is imperative that all parties in the region unite against common threats to restore full diplomatic relations.

At the end of the report, US Secretary of State Pompeo thanked Kuwait for its mediation and support in resolving the Gulf conflict.

January 06, 2021 – Jumada al-Awal 22, 1442

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Pompeo: The return of full diplomatic relations is mandatory for all parties

The United States has welcomed the resumption of cooperation between the Gulf Cooperation Council countries on military, economic, health, cultural and anti-corruption efforts.

This is according to a statement issued by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

“We are encouraged by the progress made today with the” Al-Ula Declaration “at the Gulf Cooperation Council summit, which reflects the positive steps taken to restore Gulf and Arab unity,” Pompeo said.

He added: “We have always emphasized that the truly united Gulf will bring greater prosperity through the free flow of goods and services and greater security for its people.

Pompeo added: “Today we welcome the pledge to restore cooperation in military, economic, health and cultural endeavors, and we hope that the Gulf states will continue to resolve their differences.”

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He continued: It is imperative that all parties in the region unite against common threats to restore full diplomatic relations.

At the end of the report, US Secretary of State Pompeo thanked Kuwait for its mediation and support in resolving the Gulf conflict.

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