Saudi Arabia: Iran must be prevented from obtaining nuclear
Saudi Arabia issued recently its strongest warning yet that Iran must never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon or the ability to build one.
This came during a Cabinet meeting – via video conferencing – led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, who expressed his hope for more achievements to achieve the good and prosperity of the homeland.
The Saudi Council of Ministers was briefed on the overall talks and meetings that took place between Saudi Arabia and many countries over the past few days, as well as some current regional and international issues, such as the contents of the Gulf Ministerial Council’s statement, which reviewed the developments of political issues in the region and around the world.
He discussed Saudi Arabia’s, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom’s, and the United States’ commitments to a comprehensive political solution to Yemen’s crisis, their full support for the UN Special Envoy, and the Yemeni government’s call to take all necessary steps to begin achieving economic stability in the country.
Locally, the council discussed some events that occurred during the week in Saudi Arabia, including the launch of the Human Capacity Development Program, one of the “Vision 2030” programs, which is a national strategy aimed at improving the competitiveness of national human capabilities both locally and globally by seizing promising opportunities resulting from the rapid and renewable needs.