Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates could intervene in Syria

Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubier told a press conference at the United Nations that the Saudi Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates, were considering the deployment of Islamic Military Alliance troops in Syria. This intervention echoes the statements of Prince Mohammed Ben Salman, the strongman of the kingdom and crown prince, during his tour in Europe 10 days ago.

The objective of this deployment would be to prevent Iran from realizing its stranglehold on Syria, while the Revolutionary Guards constituted one of the largest contingents that allowed Bashar al Assad to regain control in Syria.

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