In a jointly composed article, Seyyed Hossein Mousavian, a Princeton University scholar and a former member of Iran's nuclear negotiating team, and Abdulaziz Sager, Chairman of Saudi-based Persian Gulf Research Centre, say it is time for the leaders of Saudi Arabia and Iran to hold talks.
Iran and Iraq have signed the proceedings of a meeting held on Sunday to dredge the border river of Arvand Rud.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz has called for emergency meetings of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC) and the Arab League, following mysterious “sabotage” attacks on Saudi and Emirati oil tankers as well as drone strikes targeting Saudi oil pumping stations.
Iran and Iraq have held a joint meeting to discuss the technical details of dredging the border river of Arvand Rud together.
A senior Trump administration official says the US is “sitting by the phone” to hear from Iran, but it has yet to receive any message suggesting Tehran is willing to accept Donald Trump’s overtures for direct talks.
Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations has warned about the threat of foreign-backed terrorists in Syria’s Idlib province.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has strongly denounced the Saudi-led coalition’s bombardment of residential areas in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a, which left dozens of civilians including women and children dead or wounded.
Iran’s mission at the United Nations has dismissed a recent claim by Washington that Iran poses threats to American employees in Iraq.
Saudi Arabia says it has halted oil pumping on its major east-west pipeline following drone attacks claimed by Yemen’s Ansarullah movement.
Seven drones run by Yemeni armed forces have reportedly carried out attacks against vital Saudi facilities in response to the Riyadh regime’s ongoing acts of aggression against Yemeni people.