Anglo-French-German Joint Statement: Iran is responsible for the attack on Saudi oil facilities

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 Anglo-French-German Joint Statement: Iran is responsible for the attack on Saudi oil facilities


Beijing News, according to the Associated Press, the leaders of Britain, France and Germany issued a joint statement on 23 local time that Iran should be responsible for the attack on Saudi oil facilities. In response, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif said, If Iran launched this attack, there should be nothing left on the scene.

British Prime Minister Johnson, French President Mark Long and German Chancellor Angela Merkel issued a joint statement after their meeting at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, saying that Iran should be responsible for the attack, without any other reasonable explanation. Meanwhile, the leaders of the three countries reiterated their support for the Iranian nuclear agreement in 2015 and warned Iran not to violate its provisions.

On September 23, local time, French President Mark Ron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Johnson met at United Nations Headquarters. Picture/Visual China

In response, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif, who also attended the UN General Assembly in New York, said Yemens Hussein armed forces had claimed responsibility and that they had every reason to attack Saudi Arabia. Zarif said that Irans President Ruhani was going to New York to attend the UN General Assembly, and that Iran would not be involved in such action at that time.

Yemens Hussein Army claimed responsibility after two oil installations in Saudi Arabia and the United States were attacked and fired on April 14, but both the United States and Saudi Arabia believed Iran was behind the scenes. Last Friday, the United States announced sanctions against the Central Bank of Iran and will send additional U.S. troops to Saudi Arabia, raising tensions in the Gulf region.

According to Al Jazeera TV, the leaders of Britain, France and the United States discussed Iran during the UN General Assembly, promising to ease tensions in the Middle East and demanding that Iran avoid escalating the situation. Marklon will meet with Ruhani and Trump on 24 Local time, and he said he will promote dialogue between the two sides and avoid escalation of the situation.

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