Abdullahian: Saudi Arabia is not an enemy of Iran for these considerations[/size]
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"Iran considers Saudi Arabia an Islamic and neighboring country," Hossein Amir Abdullahian said in an interview with Mehr news agency.
"The Saudi army has committed aggression against a country that is classified as very weak in its defensive structure, but in terms of will and the spirit of the people, it is at best," Hussein Amir Abdellahian said.
Abdullahi disclosed that since he was in the Foreign Ministry, he was asked to mediate between Ansar Allah and Saudi Arabia so that there would be secret meetings, although there were no relations between Tehran and Riyadh.
He revealed that "Iranian officials agreed to this request to stop the blood bath liquid in Yemen, and this situation continued to a certain period and then the Saudis violated what they asked us and did not abide by it," Abdullahi said.
On the Syrian issue, the Special Assistant to the President of the Islamic Shura Council considered that "Tehran has made the most accurate decision regarding the Syrian national security, and that the security of Iran does not make sense without taking the equation of regional security into consideration."
"If we do not act in a way that we defend the Islamic countries and allies at risk of the growing threats of the Zionist entity, which threatens us deeply, we have witnessed ongoing armed acts in Iran today."
On the possibility of a Saudi military attack against Iran, the two men said: "Neither Saudi Arabia nor the largest of them can do a hostile act against Tehran and will never be able to do so."
The former Assistant Foreign Minister of Iran stressed the need for a political solution on Syria, saying: "If the harassment caused by the Americans in the Syrian negotiations with" Astana "," Sochi "and" Geneva ", to reach a political solution in Syria, And ended the suffering of refugees and recorded elections in Syria. "