Saudi Arabia stressed the need for the international community to take a firm stand towards Iran and to deal seriously with its violations related to its nuclear program. This came in a statement after the council session
Saudi Arabia stressed the need for the international community to take a firm stand towards Iran And dealing seriously with its excesses related to its nuclear program.
This came in a statement after the cabinet session, Tuesday – via video call – headed by King Salman bin Abdulaziz, according to what was reported by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
The session dealt with a number of issues on the latest developments and developments, on the regional and international arenas, as the Kingdom reiterated during the General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency the need for the international community to take a firm stance towards Iran and seriously deal with its violations related to its nuclear program, as well as the Kingdom’s support for positive initiatives calling for To create geographic regions free of nuclear weapons, and to work with the international community to make the Middle East a zone free of these weapons.
The Council of Ministers addressed the demand for urgent measures issued by the emergency meeting of the Council of Arab Ministers responsible for environmental affairs that the Kingdom called to avoid a potential environmental disaster due to the failure to maintain the oil tanker (Safer) anchored off the Ras Issa oil port in the Red Sea five years ago. And call on all Arab, regional and international countries to cooperate and take the necessary steps leading to addressing the situation, which poses a serious threat to all countries bordering the Red Sea, especially the Kingdom and Yemen.
The Council referred to the concern and interest expressed by the Kingdom in the developments of the situation between Armenia and Azerbaijan, again urging the parties to cease fire and resolve the conflict by peaceful means in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions.