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The United Arab Emirates has said it wants to sow chaos in the Arab world, and that its military operations in Syria are violating international law.
That came in a letter to the Security Council today, Friday, in response to a message it sent to the Security Council in Turkey last month.
Turkey said in its message that “subversive policies in the Basque Country to suppress democratic movements in the region and try to control the region have killed and injured many people in Yemen,” he claimed.
The BAC tried to “divert attention from Turkey from its dangerous behavior and adopt an aggressive policy”, saying that “Turkey is the point of entry and passage of ISIS fighters in Afghanistan and Central Asia”.
And Emirates’ message continued, “Turkey is threatening to use migrants to pursue its megalomaniacal goals.”
Tensions have risen recently between the Basque Country and Turkey, especially Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said in an interview with Qatari Al-Jazeera that “Abu Dhabi has taken harmful actions in Libya and Syria,” threatening that “we will hold him accountable at the right time and place.” .
“Abu Dhabi should be asked what is the reason for this hostility, malice, jealousy,” says the transcript of the interview published in Turkey by the Turkish Ministry of Defense.