Iranian-Saudi thaw stops Israel abuse of local nations

(MENAFN) Israel won't abuse the nations of West Asia, according to Iranian legislator Jalil Rahimi Jahan Abadi, if ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia improve.

Rahimi Jahan Abadi stated, "The relations between Tehran and Riyadh have had many ups and downs and many efforts have been made to improve it. The holding of five rounds of talks and negotiations was in this direction." Rahimi Jahan Abadi was responding to the renewed efforts to resume Tehran-Riyadh talks in Baghdad.

“Based on this, it can be acknowledged that due to the sixth round being held in the near future, there is hope for a restoration of relations and reopening of embassies,” the lawmaker announced in an interview with the Iranian parliamentary news agency ICANA.

The politician added, “Iran and Saudi Arabia are considered important countries in the Islamic world and the Middle East, so the improvement of relations between the two countries will eliminate the abuse of the Zionist regime. In fact, this infamous regime is the cause of tension and challenge among Islamic countries.”

He added, “Also, an improvement of relations between the two countries can facilitate joint cooperation between Iran and the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf.”


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