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UN experts travel to Saudi Arabia

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — UN expert went to Saudi Arabia, said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres at a press conference.

Earlier media reported that the UN sent its experts to Saudi Arabia to investigate recent attacks on Saudi Aramco’s oil facilities.

“Indeed, in accordance with UNSCR 2231 with a clear mandate for this purpose, UN experts have already gone to Saudi Arabia. They will work in accordance with the mandate that the UNSC has given them. This is not the first time as you know. This is , which is clearly defined by the mandate of the UN Security Council,” said Guterres.

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 by half.

Hussite Yemeni rebels against whom the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia are fighting said the refineries were attacked by fighters of their movement using unmanned aerial vehicles. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said there was no evidence of an attack from Yemen, and blamed Iran for it. Iranian Foreign Ministry called Pompeo’s allegations a lie.

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