Hizbullah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah said that the Saudi regime is aging and may be in its final stages, saying that the war on Yemen and its interference in other countries will have an impact on the future of Saudi Arabia.

"The Saudi regime is aging and may be in its final stages for natural reasons," Nasrallah said in an interview broadcast on Sunday evening.

He added that what will accelerate the end of the Saudi regime is the actions of the actual officials in the Kingdom that contradict what it was with those who preceded them.

Nasrallah said that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's declaration of war on Yemen would have an impact on the future of Saudi Arabia, as well as its apparent interference in the affairs of other countries.

Hizbullah's secretary general criticized the Saudi stance on the Palestinian issue and the US peace plan, saying that the humiliation and humiliation of US President Donald Trump is undermining the prestige of the Saudi rulers.

Nasrallah added that Saudi history has never seen an unprecedented situation of humiliation, weakness and exposure, so they "will not stay long according to the divine and natural laws."

Two days ago, Nasrallah warned Saudi Arabia in a televised speech that Iran would "destroy it" in the event of war, calling on Riyadh and Abu Dhabi to stop the war in Yemen rather than buy more air defense systems to protect their territory.

Nasrallah considered that the Houthis' targeting of Aramco's oil installations was a very important event, shaking the region and leaving resonance and significant repercussions in the world.