"The decision of the Arab League on Iranian intervention today was historical and sends a clear message on the effectiveness of joint Arab action", Dr Anwar Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, said late on Sunday.
Regional tensions have risen between Sunni monarchy Saudi Arabia and Shi'ite Islamist Iran over Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri's surprise resignation and after an escalation in Yemen's conflict.
Saudi Arabia and Iran are backing opposite sides in wars in Yemen and Syria.
The Iranian minister posted his tweet following a new round of talks with his Russian and Turkish counterparts, Sergey Lavrov and Mevlut Cavusoglu, respectively.
With the absolutist kingdom, Israel is now working on common concerns over Iran, the cabinet minister said.
Bahrain's foreign minister Sheikh Ahmed Al Khalifa told the Arab league meeting that Lebanese group Hizbollah is the biggest threat to security in the region.
Lebanon objected to "the describing of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, as well as referring to it as being part of the government". Saudi Arabia called it an Iranian aggression against its territory. He is now cooling his heels in Paris, a journey connived by Saudi and French administrations.
Al-Jubeir also said that the landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers was "weak", especially given Tehran would be capable of assembling a bomb "within weeks".
Members of Lebanon's Shiite Muslim Hezbollah movement salute behind the coffins of three comrades killed in combat in Syria during their funeral in the southern Lebanese city of Nabatieh, November 8.
Saudi Arabia has accused Tehran of involvement in the firing of a ballistic missile at Riyadh this month by Yemen's Iran-allied rebels. Observers believe that he tried to belittle the gulf crisis triggered after Saudi led quartet cut ties with Qatar earlier in June.
Instead Antoine Azzam, country's representative to the Arab League participated in the foreign ministers' meeting.
The Cairo meeting was not attended by Lebanese foreign minister Gerban Basil.
He stressed that "no one is accusing the Lebanese government of terrorism". Both countries have recently announced about achieving major successes in their fight against terrorist groups with Wahabi ideology.
Saudi Arabia subsequently expressed its anger at Hezbollah, which maintains close ties with Iran. He also noted that Israel and Saudi Arabia have never fought each other.
"There is an opportunity for a new worldwide alliance in the region", Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot told the paper, adding that Tel Aviv wanted to "exchange intelligence to confront Iran".
According to Marwan Bishara, a senior political analyst has said that Saudi Arabia had convened the Cairo meeting in a bid to "consolidate its position in a divided Arab region".