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UAE urges Iran to engage in serious dialogue on occupied islands

posted on 21/09/2006: 744 views



New York - The United Arab Emirates yesterday called on the Islamic Republic of Iran to demonstrate its goodwill towards finding a just and lasting settlement for its occupation of the three UAE islands, Greater and Lesser Tunb and Abu Musa, through responding to calls for initiating direct and serious negotiations on this issue, or referring it to the International Court of Justice for legal arbitration.



In a statement read by Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan before the General Debate of the Sixty-First Session of the United Nations General Assembly, the UAE also called for reconsidering the ways of reforming the main structures and working methods of international organizations, particularly the Security Council, which has lately proven incapable in taking immediate and appropriate measures needed to put an end to acts of aggression and occupation. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)



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