We are pleased with the agreement signed in Istanbul

The end of the 153rd Gulf Foreign Ministers Meeting held in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, has been published.

In the statement, violations against Masjid al-Aqsa, including the western grain corridor agreement, nuclear negotiations with Iran, Libya, Iraq, Sudan and Yemen were included.

In the statement, “We are pleased with the agreement signed in Istanbul on July 22, on the re-export of Russian and Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea, under the supervision of the UN and Turkey.” it was said.

In the statement, which stated that the mediation efforts for a ceasefire between Russia and Ukraine were supported, satisfaction was expressed for the efforts to resolve the conflict through negotiations and dialogue.

In the statement, the importance of the decision of the UN Security Council to extend the duration of the humanitarian aid delivery mechanism from Turkey to Syria for another 6 months, with the decision of the UN Security Council, was emphasized.

In the statement condemning the raids on Masjid al-Aqsa in Quds and the attacks of the Israeli occupation forces against Westeria and Gaza, it was stated that Iran should not intervene inside the Gulf Countries, and that the KK countries should also participate in Iran’s nuclear negotiations.

In the statement, the Foreign Ministers of the Gulf stated that they support the holding of ministerial and parliamentary elections for the end of years of conflict and the change of power, while keeping the parties in Libya in a ceasefire.

Pointing to the importance of preserving the territorial integrity of Iraq and Sudan, the parties in Lebanon were also asked to adhere to the constitution for the ministerial elections.

In the statement, regarding the Nile waters and the Hedasi Dam in Ethiopia, “Sudan and Egypt’s water security is a part of Arab national security. An application or action that will harm the rights of these two countries in the Nile waters is unacceptable.” expressions were used.

In the statement, which also referred to the situation in Yemen, it was emphasized that the US and the UN for the political solution of the Yemeni crisis supported the resolute stance against the offensive practices of the Houthis.

KK foreign ministers attending the meeting also met with the foreign ministers of Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in Riyadh.

It was decided that the meeting to be held with the foreign ministers of the Central Asian Countries will be held in Samarkand, the capital of Izbekistan, next year.