Bahrain urges residents to go away Lebanon

Bahrain urged its residents right this moment to go away Lebanon “immediately.”

The Bahraini Ministry of Foreign Affairs cited in a press release “the conditions there that require exercising warning.”

The move was the latest development in the diplomatic crisis between Lebanon and several Gulf states. The issue began last week when an interview with Lebanese Information Minister George Kordahi aired on Al Jazeera. In the interview, which was carried out in August, Kordahi criticized the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen.

On Saturday, Saudi Arabia ordered the Lebanese ambassador in Riyadh to go away, recalled their own ambassador in Beirut, and banned imports and travel to Lebanon. The United Arab Emirates then withdrew its diplomats from Lebanon and ordered its citizens to leave. Bahrain and Kuwait also then told the ambassadors of Lebanon to leave, with Kuwait likewise recalling its personal ambassador in Beirut.

The disaster will not be exhibiting indicators of dissipating. Kordahi mentioned he meant no offense after the remarks aired and reiterated that he made the feedback earlier than becoming a member of the federal government. He has refused to resign.

Bahrain additionally ordered banned residents from touring to Lebanon, in keeping with the assertion.

Yesterday, the UAE introduced that its diplomats and residents have efficiently returned from Lebanon.


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