Acountry that borders the Persian Gulf is .
Saudi Arabia is one of those.
Iran is the only country that borders both the Caspian Sea and the Persian Gulf.
Both the Fertile Crescent and the Golan Heights are internal parts of the Middle East. The Mediterranean Sea and Persian Gulf are borders of the Middle East.
Both Syria and Iraq are in the Middle East and share borders with Turkey.
it stretched from today's Libya in the west, through the Middle East, central Asia and today's Pakistan in the east.
Four different Middle East capitals are on the Persian Gulf: Kuwait City, Kuwait; Doha, Qatar; Manama, Bahrain; and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
a few of the natural borders of the Persian empire is the middle east, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Persepolis, etc. another is that he reunited Athens and Sparta, but didn't conquer them.
There is no country that borders the Mediterranean Sea whose name starts with a "K".
In the Middle East between Iraq and Pakistan with borders on the Caspian Sea, the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.
No. Indonesia is an archipelagic country located in South-East Asia. It borders with Malaysia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea. It is a muslim-majority country, but not a part of the Middle East.
Suriname borders Guyana to the East.
Somalia Borders Kenya in the east.
No, it is part of the Middle East, not a border.
Iraq is a largely landlocked country in the Middle East. It does, however, have a small coastline (about 50km) on the Persian Gulf.
The Atlantic Ocean borders the usa on the east. The Atlantic Ocean borders the usa on the east.