“Agreement with Iran does not mean agreement on all issues” Prince Faisal

The agreement is proof of the common desire to resolve differences through dialogue, it is hoped that the agreement will contribute to the enhancement of joint security in the region under the auspices of China. Interview with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan

Saudi Arabia has said that the agreement with Iran does not mean agreement on all issues. In an interview given to the Arab newspaper Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom, Prince Faisal bin Farhan, said that the Chinese-mediated agreement on the return of Saudi-Iranian diplomatic relations does not mean that there will be consensus on all issues, but that differences will be resolved. This agreement will lead to the restoration of political relations, not to say that we have reached the same page to resolve all the outstanding differences between our two countries, but to resolve them. A testament to our shared desire for a negotiated solution.

He said that we hope to open a new page with Iran in the kingdom and expand the possibilities of cooperation in a way that will positively affect the progress of security, stability and development and prosperity not only in our two countries but in the entire region. I reflect, I look forward to meeting my Iranian counterpart soon, as agreed, we are preparing to resume diplomatic relations between the two countries over the next two months, during which time it is natural to exchange visits. There is action

Prince Faisal refused to comment on the ongoing protests and civil unrest in Iran and said that it is an internal matter of Iran, Iran is our neighboring country, its stability and development is in the interest of the entire region and we in Saudi Arabia Just wish for the best. Regarding Iran’s development of its nuclear capabilities, he said, “This is undoubtedly a serious issue. We reiterate our commitment to rid the Gulf region of weapons and weapons of mass destruction, and we demand that Iran We will continue to work with allies and friends to ensure that they commit to implementing their nuclear obligations and intensifying their cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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