The Saudi Cabinet, chaired by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, condemned Iran’s aggressive policies, supported international efforts to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons, called on it to fully cooperate with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The Saudi Cabinet discussed the latest developments in regional and global events, as well as international efforts in this area, reiterating what the Kingdom stated during a special meeting at the UN on “the dangers of terrorism and the implementation of Security Council Resolution No. 2462,” in terms of its desire to strengthen international cooperation in the field of terrorism, combating terrorist financing, and preventing the provision of weapons of mass destruction.
The Cabinet praised the parties to the Republic of Sudan’s transitional phase for reaching an agreement on the next phase’s tasks, including restoring transitional institutions and holding elections on time, and reaffirmed the Kingdom’s commitment to peace, security, stability, and development in the country.
The Shura Council was briefed on the topics on the Council’s agenda, as well as the conclusions of the Councils of Economic and Development Affairs, Political and Security Affairs, the General Committee of the Cabinet, and the Council of Experts in the Council of Ministers in this regard.