According to Abdelfattah Mourou, first deputy speaker of the Tunisian parliament, the ongoing Gulf crisis in not in any of the Gulf countries’ interest. He also said that it is possible to resolve the crisis through dialogue.
He explained that the crisis doesn’t benefit any Gulf nation but rather serves a foreign party that is exploiting the conflict for gains while claiming to be supportive.
The deputy speaker urged Gulf leaders not to prolong the dispute, reiterating that the crisis can be resolved through dialogue.
He pointed that resolving the dispute can happen through mediation as there is no winner in the situation.