Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
After the Kingdom’s message, you submitted, Tuesday, to UN Security CouncilOn Iran, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah stressed that the international community should take a firm stand against Tehran.
The minister added that the UN report reinforces the Kingdom’s position that the arms embargo of Iran should continue.
It is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia welcomed the United Nations report, which confirmed Iran’s direct involvement in the attacks against it, which revealed that Tehran is responsible for the Aramco attacks, and for targeting Abha airport with cruise missiles and marches, noting that the UN report demonstrated Iran’s hostile intentions towards the Kingdom.
In its message, Saudi Arabia announced that it would not allow any transgression of its borders or harm its national security, renewing its confidence in the Security Council’s ability to stop the Iranian violations that have occurred since 1979.
In turn, she stressed the need to continue to impose an arms embargo on the system there.
The UN report emphasized that the missiles that targeted Saudi Arabia in 2019 are similar to those manufactured by Iran.
In turn, Rosemary de Carlo, Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs, announced at a session of the Security Council on the Iranian nuclear agreement that weapons and thermal missiles originating from Iran had been confiscated and arrived in Yemeni lands, noting that Tehran continues to violate the arms embargo.
It also added that some of the items used in cruise and ballistic missiles that targeted Saudi Arabia at the end of 2019 were exported in 2016 and 2018 from Iran to Yemen.
She said that the digital information about the missiles is identical to what Iran is making, noting that the Secretary-General confirmed this information.
It is noteworthy that the United Nations imposed on Iran a ban on the purchase of most major foreign armament systems in 2010, amid tensions over its nuclear program.