Riyadh Urged to Change Course

Riyadh Urged to Change Course

Government spokesman Mohammad Baqer Nobakht said Iran will not normalize ties with Saudi Arabia as long as it refuses to change its "aggressive" policies against regional states. "There is no reason to hold talks with Saudis, even though there are many pressing topics for discussion," Nobakht told reporters in Tehran on Tuesday, Fars News Agency reported. "It is Saudi Arabia that has to change course. Riyadh should be held to account for what it has done to the region."


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