PGCC: Dialogue Best Way to Resolve Iran's N. Issue
TEHRAN (FNA)- Member states of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council here on Sunday evening underscored the need for settlement of Iran's nuclear issue through dialogue and peaceful means.
Meeting in the Saudi capital, the foreign ministers of the six Persian Gulf states including Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Qatar agreed that dialogue between the Iranian and Western authorities was the best possible way to resolve the issue.
According to the Islamic republic news agency, in their final statement, the PGCC states also called for commitment of all world countries to international rules and regulations.
They also pledged dlrs 1.65 billion towards reconstruction of the Gaza Strip one day before an international donors meeting in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh.
Addressing the meeting, PGCC Secretary General Abdul Rahman al-Attiyah reported on efforts made by the council's technical committees regarding the peaceful use of nuclear energy by the member states.