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Saudi Arabia calls for maximum pressure to end Iran's terrorist behavior

2019-10-01T22:08:34.271Z

The Saudi cabinet called on the international community to stand united and firm to exert maximum pressure to end the terrorist and aggressive behavior of the Iranian regime, while the US Central Command announced that its commander, James Malloy, visited Riyadh over the weekend.



The Saudi Council of Ministers called on the international community to stand united and firm to exert maximum pressure to end the terrorist and aggressive behavior of the Iranian regime, while the US Central Command announced that its commander, James Malloy, visited Riyadh over the weekend, where he discussed strengthening defenses in the face of Iranian threats. .

In detail, the Saudi Council of Ministers held a session at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah yesterday, chaired by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. The Council reviewed reports on the latest events and developments on the Arab, regional and international arenas. At its 74th session in New York, the call for the international community to stand united and solid to exert the utmost pressure to end the terrorist and aggressive behavior of the Iranian regime, and change its nature and behavior, after it became 40 years is known only bombing, destruction and assassination in the world Did not collect.

The Council expressed its appreciation for the condemnation and condemnation by the participating countries of the sabotage attacks on the oil facilities in Khurais and Abqaiq affiliated to Aramco, as a serious threat to the security of the region and international security and global energy supplies, and its support for all measures taken by the Kingdom to strengthen Security and stability and confront any aggression.

Meanwhile, the US Central Command announced yesterday that its commander, James Malloy, visited Riyadh over the weekend, where he discussed strengthening defenses in the face of Iranian threats.

This visit came after an attack by drones, on 14 September, targeting two Saudi oil facilities belonging to Aramco, and led initially to a decline in oil supplies by more than 5%, and the United States and European powers and Saudi Arabia, Iran responsible for the attack, and responded by several countries, Saudi Arabia, for a US call to form an international maritime alliance to protect shipping in the Strait of Hormuz, after attacks on oil tankers in the waters of the Arabian Gulf this year, and Washington and Riyadh also accuses Tehran of responsibility for those attacks.

"This visit is an opportunity to discuss advancing our joint efforts to coordinate defense in the face of provocation and attack," Malloy said in a statement, noting the importance of regional efforts to counter Iranian aggression.

As part of the US-proposed naval mission, Washington will provide coordination ships, lead surveillance efforts, its allies will patrol nearby waters and escort merchant ships flying their countries' flags.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has rejected an attempt by his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, to hold a three-way telephone conversation with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, The New Yorker reported.

According to the newspaper, Macron made an unannounced visit to Rouhani's residence near the United Nations in New York, after technicians had prepared a safe line with Trump in a meeting room on the floor where Rouhani lives, but Rouhani refused to leave his room, leaving Macron and Trump waiting. According to the newspaper.

Macron's attempt followed Trump's speech at the United Nations, in which he said Iran was "shedding blood" and held Tehran directly responsible for the attack on Aramco.

- «New Yorker» reveal

Rouhani refused

Have a conversation

Telephone includes

Trump and Macron.

Source: emara

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