Saudi Amb. to UN: Initial signs of recent attacks show weapons used Iran-made
Saudi Arabia invited UN and international experts to participate in ongoing investigations of the attacks on the country’s oil facilities, in a letter on Thursday.
Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to the UN Abdallah Al-Mouallimi called attention to Saturday’s “cowardly and heinous terrorist attack” on two Saudi Aramco oil facilities, in a letter to the UN Security Council.
Al-Mouallimi said the attacks targeted Saudi Arabia, international energy supplies and the security of the global economy.
Al-Mouallimi reiterated findings announced by the Arab Coalition – that the recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities were not launched from Yemeni territory and the weapons used were Iranian-made.
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