Riyadh Facing Results of Own "Wars of Aggression"

Riyadh Facing Results of Own "Wars of Aggression"

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday Saudi Arabia is blaming Iran for the consequences of its own "wars of aggression", after his Saudi counterpart accused Tehran of threatening regional security. "KSA [Saudi Arabia] is engaged in wars of aggression, regional bullying, destabilizing behavior [and] risky provocations. It blames Iran for the consequences," Zarif said on his Twitter account, as cited by Reuters. Earlier in the day, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said his country reserved the right to respond to Iran's "hostile actions", an apparent reference to a missile fired by Yemen's Houthis who Saudi Arabia claims are armed by Iran. Jubeir also said on his Twitter account that alleged Iranian interference in the region harms neighboring countries and international peace and security.


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