Turkey has a military base in Doha, which was launched after the outbreak of a crisis between the State of Qatar, and each of Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt in 2017, as the four countries still boycott Doha.
Gargash said in a tweet on the social networking site Twitter: “The Turkish military presence in the Arab Gulf is urgent, and it contributes to negative polarization in the region.”
He added: “It is the decision of the ruling elites in the two countries that strengthens the policy of polarization and axes and does not take into account the sovereignty of states and the interests of the Gulf and its peoples. Our region does not need regional garrisons and reproducing colonial relations dating back to a previous era.”
The Emirati minister criticized a statement by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan In it, he made implicit threats to countries in the Gulf region, accusing them of seeking to spread chaos.
Gargash said:The Turkish president’s statement during his visit to Qatar, in which he indicates that his army is working to stabilize the Gulf states as a whole is inconsistent with the Turkish regional role, and the evidence is numerous.
Gargash added: “The statement tries to divert attention from the economic reasons for the visit, and to be clear, the Turkish army in Qatar is an element of instability in our region.”
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