[size=36]The first Iranian comment after the announcement of the "Pentagon" to send military forces to Saudi Arabia and the UAE[/size]
confirmed Iran 's foreign minister, Javad Zarif, Iran on Saturday denied involvement in the attack facilities of the company "Aramco" Saudi Arabia, pointing out that " the Saudis themselves do not believe the novel."
Zarif said in a tweet through his account "Twitter": Since the Saudi regime blames - without justification - on Iran for attacking its oil facilities, it is strange that they launched a retaliatory attack against the (province) Hodeidah today, in violation of the ceasefire approved by the United Nations ".
he said the Iranian minister:" it is clear that the Saudis themselves do not believe the story of Iran 's involvement (in the attack). "
tweet Zarif comes in his first comment after the announcement of the US Department of Defense (Pentagon), send additional military forces to the Middle East, although it He did not talk about the measure that Washington considered the first step to respond to "
"The United States does not seek war with Iran. But it has a large number of military options," he said, noting that sending troops "is only the first step to respond to the Iranian aggression against Saudi Arabia."
"Saudi Arabia has requested international support to help protect the vital infrastructure of the kingdom. The United Arab Emirates has also asked for help," the Pentagon chief said in a briefing. ".
Earlier, the United States accused Iran of attacking Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure. Iran denies this.
Trump's decision to send additional troops to the Middle East comes as part of his administration's approach to the policy of maximum pressure against Iran, and against the backdrop of the attack on the facilities of the oil company "Aramco" on September 14, which the Houthis claimed responsibility.