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Al-Jubeir: Iran exports revolutions to destabilize all world countries

Saudi Arabia's state minister for foreign affairs Adel al-Jubeir
"Saudi Arabia is not seeking war with Iran but we will not stand idly by Iran's aggressive policies that will result in devastating repercussions on all region countries", Saudi Arabia's state minister for foreign affairs Adel al-Jubeir said on Monday.

During a meeting with the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) in London, Al-Jubeir stressed that Iran does not respect the sovereignty of other countries nor the international laws.

Al-Jubeir called on Iran to immediately stop aggressive behavior if it wants to continue relations with Saudi Arabia, pointing out that there is a consensus from the international community to call on Iran to stop supporting terrorism.

As for the terrorist attack on Oil facility of Aramco, al-Jubeir stressed that Saudi Arabia held Tehran responsible for the recent attack on Aramco only after the results of the investigation have been issued.

Al-Jubeir praised Saudi-American relations, and continued: "We have no doubt that the United States support our country."

He stressed the importance of coordination among his country's allies to fight terrorism and extremism.

With regard to the Yemeni crisis, he stressed that there is an international dialogue on Yemen aimed at finding the best solution to end the crisis there, adding that there is comprehensive cooperation with the United Arab Emirates to increase the effectiveness of the Yemeni army.

Al-Jubeir added that the Middle East crises affect the whole world, affirming Saudi Arabia's support for the constitutional committee in Syria.