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Saudi Arabia supports US efforts to prevent Iran’s nuclear weapon

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Saudi Cabinet reaffirmed its support for the US administration’s efforts to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and the necessity for coordinated action to address the region’s “Destructive Acts of its Armaments.”

The Saudi Press Agency “SPA” described the cabinet as saying that the Kingdom is committed to addressing the sources of regional escalation.

The cabinet also reaffirmed Saudi Arabia’s desire to “find a comprehensive political settlement in Yemen following the three references and to work for security and development in this nation,” according to SPA.

King Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, presided over the Council of Ministers meeting at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh this afternoon, Tuesday.

The cabinet was briefed on the content of communications received by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and the Crown Prince from leaders of several nations throughout the world over the previous few days at the start of the session.

During it, there was an assessment of ties and methods to sustain and strengthen them in all domains in a way that serves common interests and achieves regional and global security and stability.

The Cabinet praised the US President’s resolve to assist the Kingdom in defending its territory and safeguarding its residents in this situation.

“The Kingdom’s eagerness to remove the sources of escalation in the area, support the US administration’s efforts to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons, and the need for coordinated action to fight the destructive acts of its arsenal,” the Council stated.

The Cabinet reaffirmed the Kingdom’s desire to reach a comprehensive political solution in Yemen based on three references: the Gulf Initiative and its implementation mechanism, the Arab League, and the United Nations.

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