Jubeir, right, enters the conference room during the foreign ministers’ meeting at the Arab League in Cairo.
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Arab foreign ministers condemned attacks on Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran and warned Sunday that the country would face wider opposition if it continued its "interference" in the internal affairs of Arab states.If Iran continues to support "terrorism, sectarianism and violence," it would face opposition from all Arab countries, Jubeir told a news conference following the meeting.In the closing news conference, Jubeir stressed that Iran has no right to speak out for Shiite minorities in the region because at the end of the day they are Arab citizens.Saudi Arabia and Iran said Sunday that the regional row between the two countries would not affect international efforts to end the war in Syria.Tensions between the Sunni kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran have escalated since Saudi authorities executed Nimr on Jan. 2, triggering outrage among Shiites across the Middle East.Other Arab countries have downgraded ties or recalled envoys to Iran in solidarity with Saudi Arabia.
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