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RIYADH — Foreign ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries called for the inclusion of Iran's destabilizing activities, its ballistic missile program, and its support for terrorism in the US-Iranian talks on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
The GCC ministers made the remarks in a joint statement following their meeting on Wednesday.
The ministers pledged their support for international efforts to ensure that Iran does not develop a nuclear weapon.
They called on Iran to adhere to international laws, principles of being good neighbors, to respect the sovereignty of states, and avoid the use of violence.
The GCC foreign ministers condemned Iran's continued failure to fulfill its obligations to the International Atomic Energy Agency and its delay in providing the required information.
They called on Iran to stop uranium enrichment, which indicates that its program is not peaceful.
"We call on Iran to engage in negotiations seriously and not to endanger the region," the statement read.
The ministers also stressed that the Iran-backed Houthi militia's continued attacks on civilians in Yemen and Saudi Arabia represent a threat to regional and international security.
They called on the international community to intensify efforts to prevent weapons from reaching the Houthi militia.
The ministers condemned the Houthi militia for not letting a UN team examine the abandoned Safer tanker in the Red Sea, which poses a threat to maritime navigation.
At the outset of the meeting, the GCC ministers congratulated the United Arab Emirates on its election to the United Nations Security Council.
They commended the results of the first meeting of the Saudi-Kuwaiti Coordination Council.
The statement also said that "the position of the Gulf Cooperation Council is consistent on the Palestinian issue as it is the first Arab issue."
"We condemn the continued Israeli violations against the Palestinian people, which threaten security and stability in the region," the statement read while welcoming the ceasefire agreement in the Gaza Strip.
They also rejected any measure that affects the water rights of Egypt and Sudan and denounced the interference in the internal affairs of any Arab country.
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