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A new plan against Iran in the Middle East: Arab NATO

Trump administration has been working on a military alliance involving Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (BAE), Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt, and Jordan. The so-called Arab NATO project was said to be against Iran’s threatened Iran in the region.

According to US and Arab officials, US President Donald Trump’s administration is working on a new military alliance in the Middle East as part of a quiet, uninhabited project. The purpose of this project is to create a new alliance of blocks against Iran’s growing military and political influence in the region.

NAME SPECIFIC: “ARAP NATO”

According to the British news agency Reuters, this new political and security alliance, which is planned to be set up against Iran, continues to work on it.

Sources in the White House and the Middle East have named this project, “Arab NATO”, a secret operation.

WHO WILL GET RIDERS IN THE ALLIANCE?

The US President Donald Trump’s plan will include Egypt and Jordan, as well as the Gulf states. Within the scope of this alliance, which is planned to be established, more effective and deeper cooperation is planned between missiles defense, military training, and exercise between the determined countries and the fight against terrorism. The development of regional economic and diplomatic relations among Arab countries is among the aims of the alliance.

PROJECT COMPLETED AS FIRST

It was stated that the year in which the plan was passed was during the visit of Trump to Saudi Arabia, but the project was not discussed in detail.

TWO EXPLANATIONS ON THE SUBJECT OF WHITE PALACE

The report also mentions that the Middle East Strategic Alliance (MESA) project will be discussed at a summit in Washington, DC, on October 12-13.

The White House came up with two important statements related to the issue. The White House National Security Council spokesperson said, “The MESA will fight Iranian aggression, terrorism, and extremism, and stabilize the Middle East,” the White House said, “we have been working on the plan with our regional partners for the past few months” about the “alliance” “he said.

EXPLANATION FROM IRAN

A related explanation was also made by Iran. “America and its regional allies are fueling tensions in the region on the pretext of maintaining stability in the Middle East,” a senior Iranian official who made a statement to the Reuters news agency said.

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