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Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman has categorically rejected false and hackneyed accusations levelled by certain Saudi officials regarding the recent attack on the country's oil facilities, saying they lack any validity.
Iran has rejected again claims of involvement in Yemen's retaliatory attacks on the kingdom's heart of oil industry, saying Riyadh's offensive in Hudaydah in breach of a UN truce speaks for itself.
Iran has submitted a letter to the UN Secretary General and the UN Security Council, rejecting the US’ accusations over the recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities as well as the country’s ballistic missile and space activities.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned of an "all out war" in the event of US or Saudi military strikes and that Saudi Arabia would have to fight "to the last American soldier."
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami dismissed the accusation that Tehran has been involved in recent drone strikes on Saudi oil installations.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani said the country’s strategic policy is to reduce tensions in the Middle East but the Islamic Republic will make a crushing response to any aggression.
Iran has sent an official note to the US through the embassy of Switzerland, stressing that it was not behind the recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the recent retaliatory attack by Yemen’s armed forces against the Aramco oil facilities in Saudi Arabia was a warning that should be taken seriously by Riyadh.
An Iranian political expert believes that despite Saudi Arabia’s call for investigations into attack on Aramco oil facilities, Riyadh and its ally the United Arab Emirates are the first countries who oppose an anti-Iran military intervention by Washington.