The Gulf kingdom of Bahrain severed diplomatic ties with Iran on Monday, hours after neighbouring Saudi Arabia broke off relations with Tehran, newspaper al-Wasat reported on Monday, quoting Information Minister Issa al-Hamadi.
The Bahraini government charged Iran with "blatant and dangerous interference" in the internal affairs of Arab countries and support for terrorism.
Bahrain has ordered Iranian diplomats to leave its territory within 48 hours, the official Bahrain News Agency said on Twitter.
Manama also condemned the Saturday night attack by protesters on the Saudi embassy in Tehran.
The Bahraini foreign ministry summoned Iran's charge d'affaires Murtada Sanawbari and handed him an official note in this regard, said the statement carried by BNA.
Saudi Arabia said Sunday it was severing its ties with Iran after angry crowds set fire to its embassy in Tehran and attacked its consulate in Mashhad a day after Riyadh executed Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr.
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