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Iran Not to Sit for Talks with Saudis on Behalf of Yemenis

Iran’s government spokesman says Pakistan has announced its readiness to mediate between Tehran and Riyadh, but Iran won’t act as the representative of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement in possible talks with Saudis.

Repercussions of Riyadh’s Definite Defeat in Yemen Invasion

Saudi Arabia along with its allies, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Sudan, Egypt and Morroco, began an all-out aerial campaign against Yemen called “Decisive Storm” in 2015. But it has brought nothing but a definite failure for the Saudi regime.

IRGC Providing ‘Advisory’ Aid to Yemen, Not Missiles: Top General

Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri said the country’s military officers are only offering advisory assistance to popular forces in Yemen, rejecting reports that Tehran has supplied missiles to the impoverished Arab country.
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Iran Urges Saudi Arabia to Accept Yemeni Truce Offer

Iran’s Foreign Ministry has called on the Saudi government to accept a proposal from Yemen’s National Salvation Government for a truce and to halt the cruel war against people of Yemen.

Iran Urges UK to Stop Selling Weapons to Saudi Aggressors

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has urged the United Kingdom to stop selling arms to Saudi invaders of Yemen instead of launching a smear campaign against the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Iran Condemns Latest Saudi War Crimes in Yemen

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman has censured the latest Saudi war crimes in Yemen saying that the aggressors continue to insist on their strategic mistake and keep beating the war drum.

Even Saudis Didn’t Believe Iran Was Behind Aramco Attacks: Zarif

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.

The Strange Case of the Burning Saudi Refineries

The September 2019 attack that cut Saudi Arabia’s oil production by up to 60% and has thrown the world into chaos was not a surprise.  The claim by US Secretary of State that “Iran did it” is no surprise as well.

Saudis Must See Aramco Attack as ‘Warning’: Iran President

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.

Yemeni Drone Attacks Aimed at Forcing Saudis to End War: Ansarullah

A senior member of the Supreme Political Council of Yemen’s Ansarullah Movement says the goal of the Yemeni army’s recent drone strike at Aramco oil facilities was to force Saudi Arabia to end the war.

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