Qatar's Foreign Minister has said the Palestinian issue is the most important issue of the region.

Iran Press/Iran news: "To achieve #peace in the Middle East, we must first find just and lasting solutions to end the crises in our region, foremost of which is the Palestinian issue; secondly, find a comprehensive and non-exclusive regional mechanism for collective security dialogue," Qatar's Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim al-Thani wrote in a tweet.

This is while some Arab and Western countries claimed that Iran is a challenging issue for the region.

According to Middle East Online Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa said at the Warsaw meeting: "We grew up talking about the Palestine-Israel dispute as the most important issue."

"But then, at a later stage, we saw a bigger challenge, more toxic -- in fact the most toxic in our modern history -- which came from the Islamic Republic," Bahraini Foreign Minister claimed.

The two-day US-organized Warsaw meeting, which began in the Polish capital on Wednesday and featured delegations from 60 countries, failed to produce any decisions against Tehran.

Many countries announced long before the event they would either not attend or send a low-profile delegation to Warsaw. 101/ 211 /201

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