Britain and Germany agree on the need for a global response to Saudi attacks

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he agreed with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday that international partners should work together to forge a collective response to Saturday’s attack on two Saudi oil facilities.

The two leaders also agreed on the need to reduce the escalation in the region and expressed their commitment to a common approach to Iran, which US President Donald Trump has blamed for the attack, the spokesman said.


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