Iran’s Zarif urges unity with Gulf Arabs against militancy

KUWAIT (Reuters) – Iran’s foreign minister urged Gulf Arab countries to join forces with Tehran to fight against extremism and militancy in the Middle East. “Any threat to one country is a threat to all… No country can solve regional problems without the help of others,” Mohammad Javad Zarif said at a news conference in Kuwait. (Reporting by Ahmed Hagagy, writing by Bozorgmehr Sharafedin; editing by Jason Neely)

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