The Crown Prince: S.Arabia seeks peace and coexistence but will deal firmly with terrorism and aggression
06/16/2019
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Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, said that the kingdom does not want war, but stressed that it would not hesitate to deal with any threat to our people, sovereignty and vital interests.
The Saudi Crown Prince said in an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper that the kingdom “supported the re-imposition of US sanctions on Iran, in the belief that the international community should adopt a firm stance towards Iran.” He hoped that the Iranian regime would choose to be a normal state and that Stops its aggressive approach
He stressed that «the hand of the Kingdom always extended to peace to achieve the security and stability
Prince Mohammed bin Salman said Saudi Arabia sees “great importance for strategic relations with the United States” as “a key factor in achieving security and stability in the region.” He expressed his confidence that «our strategic relations with the United States will not be affected by any media campaigns or positions from here and there», pointing out that the Kingdom «always seeks to clarify the facts and misconceptions of some parties in the United States and other countries, and listen to what is offered and take advantage of the logical and objective criticim, but ultimately our priority is our national heretage

He said that Saudi Arabia supported “all efforts to reach a political solution to the Yemeni crisis, but unfortunately the Houthi militia is advancing Iran’s agenda on the interests of Yemen and its people.” “We can not accept in the kingdom the existence of militias outside the state institutions on our borders.” “Our goal is not only to liberate Yemen from the presence of Iranian militias, but to achieve prosperity, stability and prosperity for all Yemenis,” he said.
Regarding the Syrian crisis, he said that Riyadh is working with friendly countries to achieve goals, including “defeating an oppressive regime, preventing the return of the control of terrorist organizations, dealing with the destabilizing Iranian influence in Syria and using all available means to achieve political transition in accordance with resolution 2254, Unity of Syria .
He described the killing of Saudi citizen Jamal Khashoggi as “a very painful crime”. He said the kingdom was seeking “full justice and accountability” in the case, “without paying attention to what is being issued by some for their internal reasons, which no one can hide.” He called on “any party seeking to exploit the issue politically,” to “stop this and provide evidence to the court to contribute to the achievement of justice
The Crown Prince pledged “without hesitation to firmly address all forms of extremism, sectarianism and supporting policies”, stressing that Saudi Arabia “will not waste time in partial treatments of extremism, history proves to be useless..

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