Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf/Iran/nuclear issue
Riyadh, May 5, 2015
The heads of state of the CCASG and the French Republic discussed measures likely to restore regional stability, and they call on the international community to:
do everything in its power to prevent nuclear proliferation in the Middle East and, in particular, promote a robust, lasting, verifiable agreement in the framework of the 5+1 negotiations with Iran. The CCASG states and France call on Iran to take the essential courageous decisions to reassure the international community about the peaceful nature of its nuclear programme and about its desire to establish trustful relations with the region’s states, in accordance with the principles of international law and those of the United Nations, based on good neighbourliness and prohibiting interference in the internal affairs of states and the use of force or any threat of force. (…)./.