» 05/22/2017, 09.07
Zarif: Trump 'pumping' Saudi Arabian money
Teheran's first reaction to the speech by the US President in Riyadh, in front of 35 heads of state. For Trump and King Salman Iran "supports, arms and trains terrorists, militias." Contracts signed between US and Saudi for about $ 400 billion in arms supplies and security.
30/01/2017 18:31:00 UNITED STATES – SAUDI ARABIA – IRAN
Trump and King Salman in favour of “rigorously” enforcing the Iranian nuclear
The US president and Saudi monarch discussed the issue yesterday in a phone conversation. Their goal is to confront Iran’s "destabilising" activities in the region. During the election campaign, Trump had threatened to cancel the deal. The two leaders also talked about Islamic terrorism and safe areas in Yemen and Syria.
23/07/2015 ISRAEL - IRAN
After nuclear deal, Israel ought to become Iran’s best ally
This is the thesis of Uri Avnery, leader of Gush Shalom, a major supporter of peace between Israelis and Palestinians. According to the great statesman and peace activist, Iran only wants to be a regional power in the Islamic world, able to trade with everyone, inspired by a sophisticated experience that goes back thousands of years. Iran, which faces backward-looking Gulf monarchies and emirates, could be a great ally against Daesh. Meanwhile in Israel Netanyahu, politicians and the media continue to blunder.
04/11/2017 14:50:00 SAUDI ARABIA – IRAN
Riyadh wants to mine uranium ore to strengthen its nuclear programme
For the Saudis, this will lead to self-sufficiency. The goal is to diversify energy supplies. Contracts will be tendered by the end of 2018 for the first two reactors. For IAEA, Iran continues to fulfil its obligations under the nuclear agreement.
04/03/2009 EGYPT - SAUDI ARABIA
Saudi minister calls for joint strategy to confront "Iranian challenge"
Iran's nuclear program is a threat for the entire Middle East. The concerns of the Arab League over the possible openness of the U.S. government to talks with Tehran. Secretary Clinton reassures Arab partners and promises in-depth consultations.
14/06/2017 12:06:00 QATAR - GULF - USA - EU
Europe’s absence and America’s interests in crisis between Riyadh and Doha
The stand-off between Saudi Arabia and Qatar is generating a wave of tension in the Middle East. And among Sunnis and Shiites for primacy in Islam. Riyadh’s aggressive policy supported by Trump for economic reasons. Brussels incapable of favoring the recognition of political, social and religious pluralism.
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