Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has defended the terrorist attack on Saudi Aramco’s two oil facilities.
Zarif justifies the reason for the attack on Saudi Aramco facilities.
He denied the Iranian Foreign Minister through his account on the “Twitter”. As well as, He accused the US of Iran to launch missiles that targeted the Kingdom, describing the accusation as a denial of the truth.
Iran supports weapons and equipment terrorist groups:
The Iranian foreign minister justified the terrorist attack on Saudi Arabia as a response to what he called the Saudi attack on Yemen and its civilians. While Iran supports weapons and equipment Houthi terrorist coup militias in Yemen in order to support its sectarian expansionist plan in the region. While the Kingdom leads an Arab coalition To protect legitimacy.
As well as, The recent terrorist attack on Aramco preceded by several missiles and drone attacks on civilian areas in the kingdom, by the Houthis.
Photos released by Trump administration show extent of weekend attack on Saudi oil industry. US officials say evidence now pointing towards cruise missile attacks from Iraq or Iran, not drone strikes from Houthis in Yemen. But no official assessments yet from DC or Riyadh. pic.twitter.com/0HDz4DFXnH
— Dion Nissenbaum (@DionNissenbaum) September 15, 2019
Attack on Saudi Aramco
Washington “identified sites in Iran from which launched drones and missiles.
The United States has identified sites in Iran where it fired drones and cruise missiles that targeted Saudi oil facilities on Saturday, US media reports said.
Senior officials told CBS:
The sites located in southern Iran, at the northern end of the Gulf. Saudi air defences did not stop
Because they directed south to prevent attacks from Yemen, the officials said.
Tehran has denied involvement
So, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called the attack “a reaction from the Yemeni people.”
A spokesman for the US House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, said:
The intelligence to provide full information to all members of the House about
- Eventually, the attacks on the two oil facilities of Saudi Aramco.