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The Iranian regime continues to feed sectarianism: Saudi defense deputy minister

Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Khalid bin Salman said the Iranian regime continued to foster sectarianism and disrespect international law at the eighth Moscow International Security Conference on Wednesday.

”We have to make a choice between the chaos emitted by Iran and the chaos between stability, security, and development,“ he said. ”Iran is spreading chaos in the region by devastation, bloodshed, and support for Hezbollah and Houthis militias,“ he said.

”The Houthi militias continue to violate the Security Council and the Stockholm Convention decisions, ignoring the UN resolution 2216 and the Gulf initiative ası our goal is to ensure stability for Yemenis under a legitimate government.“

Prince Khalid says that peace and security are the top priority for Saudi Arabia and that the Kingdom is working with other countries to achieve that goal.

”Today, participation in this conference is part of continuing efforts to fight terrorism for the safety of all people and nations,“ he said.

The deputy defense deputy also said that the Kingdom witnessed an unprecedented transformation and development in order to achieve the 2030 vision today.

A delegation headed by Saudi defense deputy Prime Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz attended the eighth Moscow International Security Conference and held a series of meetings in Russia for an official visit.

Prince Khalid, Ambassador of Saudi Russia Raed Qurmali, with the Secretary-General of the military advisory Talal Al-Otaibi and the Secretary General of the Military Attache, Mohammed Al-Mutairi, the Russian Ministry of Defense and other civil and general staff deputy military officers.

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