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    Tillerson urges Saudi Arabia to step down in its regional policy

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    Tillerson urges Saudi Arabia to step down in its regional policy Empty Tillerson urges Saudi Arabia to step down in its regional policy

    Post by Rocky Sat 09 Dec 2017, 3:24 am

    Tillerson urges Saudi Arabia to step down in its regional policy
    Tillerson urges Saudi Arabia to step down in its regional policy Irq_1904479846_1512757484
    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged Saudi Arabia to look more closely at its regional policy, with growing concern about Saudi Arabia's involvement in Yemen and its policy with Lebanon and Qatar.
    "With regard to Saudi engagement with Qatar, how they run the Yemen war, and the situation in Lebanon, I think we should encourage them to make their decisions more carefully, to look more closely at these actions, to take into account all the consequences," Tillerson said in Paris. in my opinion".
    Tillerson renewed the call by US President Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia this week to end the blockade on Yemen and reopen all its ports.
    Tillerson stressed that the opening of Yemeni ports should be applied "not only to humanitarian aid but also to commercial imports, as 80 percent of the food arrives in commercial shipments and demanded Saudi Arabia to allow entry." Finished




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