Egypt: The country’s Foreign Ministry stressed that it is necessary to give priority to dialogue and a diplomatic solution to the situation to prevent its deterioration, as well as to avoid a worsening of the humanitarian and economic situation and its impact on the region in particular and the entire world like an everything.
Jordan: Underlined the importance that the international community and all parties concerned continue to do everything possible to prevent the escalation of the conflict, as well as to resolve it by peaceful means, to restore security and stability in the region through dialogue and negotiations during this critical moment. period.
Qatar: Highlighted the need to ensure the safety of civilians as a top priority. Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani held two telephone conversations with the Foreign Ministers of Russia and Ukraine, during which he called on all parties to exercise restraint and resolve the dispute through constructive dialogue. .
Libya: He condemned Russia’s actions and said that what is happening is a “violation of international law.”
Syria: The Syrian Council of Ministers held a mini-meeting to discuss the implications of the events.
Iran: Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian wrote on his official Twitter account: “The roots of the crisis in Ukraine go back to NATO provocations. We do not believe that resorting to war is the solution. It is necessary to stop the armed conflict and find a political and democratic solution”.
Turkey: Erdogan said that Ankara considers the Russian military operation “an intolerable violation of international law”, stressing that it deals “a heavy blow to the security, stability and prosperity of the region”. The Turkish president called for the settlement of existing differences between Russia and Ukraine through dialogue on the basis of the Minsk agreements.