The Saudi Ministry of Defense uncovered that the recent attack on Aramoc facilities wasn’t definitely launched from Yemen.
The attacks were “unquestionably” sponsored by Iran but investigations are still underway to pinpoint the exact launch location, defense ministry spokesman Col. Turki Al-Maliki said at a news conference in Riyadh.
The Kingdom displayed Iranian drones and cruise missiles that it said were used in an attack against Aramco.
Weapons used to attack Saudi Arabia prove Iranian involvement in Saturday's Aramco attacks.
He said a total of 25 drones and missiles were launched at Khurais oil field and Abqaiq processing plant. They included Iranian Delta Wing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and “Ya Ali” cruise missiles. The same missiles have been used by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, he said.
was launched from the north and unquestionably sponsored by Iran," he told
a news conference. “The evidence ... that you have seen in front of you, makes
Earlier, the Saudi ambassador to London said Iran was almost certainly behind the attacks on an oil processing facility and an oil field that cut the Kingdom’s oil production by half.
Iran-backed Houthi militants initially claimed they had carried out the attack from Yemen, where Saudi Arabia is part of a coalition supporting government forces fighting the militia.