MBS’s Remarks Immature, Unwise
MBS’s Remarks Immature, Unwise

MBS’s Remarks Immature, Unwise

MBS’s Remarks Immature, Unwise

Iran scolded Saudi Arabia’s crown prince for making “immature” remarks against the Islamic Republic, saying his statements have no credit in the international community. “The adventurist Saudi crown prince should take into account the inevitable fate of infamous dictators in the region,” Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Friday, Press TV reported. No one in the world and the international community gives credit to “the immature, unwise and cheap” remarks and conduct of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, he added. Qasemi emphasized that the Saudi crown prince’s mistakes, the latest of which was the scandal of interference in Lebanon’s internal affairs, have even troubled traditional Saudi allies. In an interview with the New York Times published on Thursday, the crown prince said Riyadh prefers a confrontational approach to “appeasement” in dealing with Iran. Bin Salman made an analogy between Iran’s growing regional influence and Germany’s hegemonic policies in the Hitler era and said, “We learned from Europe that appeasement does not work.”


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