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Iran calls on Saudi Arabia to end the war in Yemen

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Saturday called on Saudi Arabia to end the war in Yemen, which brought nothing but human casualties.

On Saturday, Saudi Arabian State Minister for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir said that attacks on oil facilities in the kingdom were carried out from Iran, not from Yemen, while he did not provide evidence.

“Instead of baseless accusations against others, the government of Saudi Arabia should better put an end to the devastating war in Yemen, which brought nothing but the killing of innocent people and the destruction of this country,” the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said.

Once again, he denied accusations against Tehran about participating in an attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.

The largest exporter and one of the three largest oil producers, Saudi Arabia, after the attack on its oil facilities on September 14, reduced production by more than half – by 5.7 million barrels per day from the usual mark of about 9.8 million. The Saudi Minister of Energy announced on

September 17 that, thanks to the use of reserves, oil supplies had already returned to their previous level, and that lost production has so far been restored to half.

Hussite Yemeni rebels, against which the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia, are fighting, said oil militants attacked their vehicles with unmanned aerial vehicles. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said there was no evidence of an attack from Yemen, and blamed Iran for it. The Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia also believes that Tehran is involved in the attacks. Iran denies the allegations.


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