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    Al-Jubeir directs a threat: Iran must give up this or pay the price

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    Post by Rocky Sat 24 Mar 2018, 2:48 am

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    "Iran must abandon its aggressive policies or pay the price," Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on Friday, pointing out that Tehran must stop violating international laws, supporting terrorism and interfering in the affairs of the countries of the region.
    Asked about the nuclear deal with Iran, al-Jubair said: "The agreement has gaps in two key points: First, when the agreement expires 8 years later, Iran will re-enrich uranium, and it will be able to make nuclear bombs within weeks, .
    "Secondly, the investigation of its nuclear program must be more comprehensive and include unauthorized military centers and installations to ensure that Iran is not involved in any violations," he told a news conference in the United States.
    He continued: "This agreement does not deal with the destructive policy and sabotage of Iran, they violate international law on ballistic missiles and must be held accountable."
    He pointed out that there are discussions with European countries and the United States "to know how to deal with the problem of Iran in a comprehensive manner," pointing out that "must be considered other means to ensure that Iran gave up its aggressive policy, or have to pay the price."
    The kingdom suffered from Iranian aggression
    Al-Jubeir responded to a question about a statement by the Iranian Foreign Minister saying that Iran is ready to defend Saudi Arabia in the event of an attack, saying that Iran is "the last to speak about protecting the kingdom." He stressed that "it is Allah and the sons of Saudi Arabia who are protecting it."
    "The kingdom has suffered since the Khomeini revolution in 1979 from the Iranian aggression in all fields," he said, adding that Iran had carried out terrorist operations inside Saudi Arabia, assassinated Saudi diplomats and supplied terrorists with ballistic missiles to attack the kingdom.
    "If Iran wants to have a role in the region, it must change its aggressive policies and abandon the principle of exporting the revolution, and abide by international laws and non-interference in the affairs of others and respect for good neighborliness."
    "Iran is devastating in Yemen"
    "Iran has no role to play in Yemen, it is devastating only there, by supplying ballistic missiles to the Houthi militia, who are launching rockets against civilians in Yemen and Saudi Arabia," he said.
    "Iran has not disbursed a dollar to help Yemen, while Saudi Arabia has spent a lot of money to help the Yemeni brothers. We have a history and a common destiny with Yemen, and it is in our interest to ensure that Yemen is stable, peaceful and united."
    "We believe that the Huthis can play a role in Yemen, but it must be a role commensurate with their size, they can not control Yemen," he said.
    "Qatar's rejection of the list of terrorism shows its support for him"
    As for the Qatari crisis, the Saudi foreign minister said that Qatar's rejection of the list of terrorism by the four countries boycotting Qatar constitutes a "confirmation" of Doha funding for terrorism.
    "We are saying that there is no problem for Qatar to admit the mistake," he said, by taking action against those who support terrorism.
    Al-Jubeir stressed that "the conflict with Qatar has nothing to do with the US-Saudi relations" and that the issue of Qatar is Gulf and will be resolved in the Gulf.




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