UAE warns Syria's Assad not to get involved in Hamas-Israel war

The United Arab Emirates has warned the Assad regime in Syria not to intervene in the Hamas-Israel war or to allow attacks on Israel from Syrian soil

A few nations, including the U.S., are exceptionally concerned the conflict could gush out over to Lebanon or Syria and heighten to a territorial clash.

Why it is important:

This isn't a second for any party threatening to Israel to take advantage of these assaults to look for advantage," the heads of France, Germany, Italy, the Unified Realm and the U.S. 

The Emiratis, who last year standardized their relationship with Syria and welcomed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to visit Abu Dhabi,

have more effect on the Syrian government than most Middle Easterner nations in the area. The UAE likewise has a cozy

relationship with Israel after the nations marked a ceasefire in 2020 as a component of the Trump-handled Abraham Accords.

Emirati authorities have sent their messages to significant-level Syrian authorities and advised the Biden organization about their correspondence with the Syrians

An Emirati official said he wouldn't examine private conciliatory discussions. The Syrian mission to the UN didn't promptly answer a solicitation for input.