At the ongoing UN General Assembly, the only thing doing rounds is Iran’s role in creating disruptions in the world. AS the two-day plenary meeting started, many leaders representing their own nations have been showing concern over the increasing tension between Iran, US and the rest of the world.
Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir expressed how Saudi Arabia is ‘in consultation’ with the other nations as to how to address the destruction brought to its oil reserves. While America is sure that the attack originated from the South of Iran, Saudi Arabia has made a public statement at the meeting that they are still gathering information to come to a conclusion.
UN on its part has already sent experts to investigate the debris. Even experts from other countries like France, Britain, and the US are already helping to decipher the perpetrator of the crime. “We will make a public announcement after the information has been ascertained. But the doer will not go scot-free,” shared Jubeir.
Apparently, Iraq has also sided with the rest of the world against Iran. Iraq’s President Barham Salih has called Iran activity as “malign” when speaking at the General Assembly. He was specifically referring to the Middle East region had to stop and condemned the recent targeting of Saudi security, adding that Gulf security is “vital” to Iraq.
Standing the ground, the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani continues firm on the stand that Iran isn’t willing to negotiate anything with the United States, especially over the nuclear deal, if America wishes to make Tehran do so under pressure tactics.
On the sidelines, the French President Emmanuel Macron, felt satisfied when he could bring the two arch-rivals on a common ground of having a dialogue. Macron said he believed that the conditions for both leaders to meet were now in place. “But it was still up to them to decide whether to move forward,” he said to the media at one of the sessions.
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