Al-Jubeir: The Iranian regime cannot continue to spill blood without punishment
The Minister of State for [size=13]Saudi Foreign Affairs, Adel Al-Jubeir, described demonstrations in Iraq and Lebanon against Iranian interference as a cry from the peoples of the region saying enough for Iran.
As for the demonstrations in Iran, Al-Jubeir said that it is the result of 40 years of neglect by the Iranian government, since the Khomeini Revolution in 1979, for the Iranian people, distracted by trying to export terrorism, build a nuclear weapon, and interfere in the affairs of other countries.
Al-Jubeir added in a press statement, they did everything that includes death and destruction, but they did not care about their people.
Al-Jubeir continued by saying that there is a principle in Iran that believes in exporting the revolution and does not believe in the sovereignty of states, and believes that everything belongs to him.
The Saudi minister considered that the US sanctions on Iranian oil are effective, adding that his country supports a full American withdrawal from the comprehensive plan of action, that is, to stop the American exemptions that US President Donald Trump renewed a few weeks ago.
But despite all this, Al-Jubeir clarified that he is not talking about changing the Iranian regime, but rather a change in his behavior, and he said: No one wants war, but the Iranians cannot continue to shed blood without punishment.