Obama  Calls for Tehran-Riyadh Peace

Obama Calls for Tehran-Riyadh Peace

US President Barack Obama said wars and chaos in the Middle East will not end until Saudi Arabia and Iran can find a way to "share the neighborhood" and make some kind of peace. Speaking in an interview with The Atlantic released on Thursday, Obama said, "The competition between the Saudis and the Iranians … requires us to say to our friends, as well as to the Iranians, that they need to find an effective way to share the neighborhood and institute some sort of cold peace."  


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