Emir of Qatar emphasized that Persian Gulf Cooperation Council countries welcome achieving of a successful comprehensive nuclear agreement between Iran and six world powers, IRNA reported.
Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani made the comment in a press conference after attending the Camp David Conference attended by the US President Barrack Obama, arguing that the entire Persian Gulf countries will welcome the signing of a nuclear agreement with Iran.
He expressed hope that the agreement will serve as a factor in favor of establishment of peace and stability in the region.
Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad said that in Camp David the situation in Iraq and Syria were discussed, stressing that the regional countries should not interfere in Arab countries' internal affairs.
The US President Barrack Obama and heads of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) - Kuwait, Qatar, Emirates, Oman, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia gathered in a one-day conference in Camp David resort in the north of Washington on Thursday, although some Arab leaders like the Saudi monarch had spent envoys to the summit instead as a sign of dissatisfaction.
Iran's nuclear program and the upcoming possible nuclear agreement between Iran and six world powers was atop the US-Arab leaders' agenda in Camp David, although they also discussed bilateral and multilateral cooperation and regional crises in Yemen, Iraq, Syria and Libya.