Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei on March 21, 2021 on Iran’s economy: “Right now, according to world-renowned economists who are experts at the World Bank, they say that Iran’s economy is ranked 18th among the world’s top economies.”
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah said on Tuesday that a UN-sponsored political settlement was the only solution to the crisis in Syria.
The increase in the number of Houthi operations in Yemen and across the border in Saudi Arabia are proof the militia is a proxy for Iran’s ‘expansive agenda’, a senior Yemeni official said.
Mohsen Rezaei, a former chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), has suggested that Tehran’s only way to get rid of Washington’s sanctions is to increase uranium enrichment by 60 percent, Iran’s official news agency IRNA reported.
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has called on Iran to stop secretly prosecuting journalists over accusations of spreading fake news.
The Iranian Khorgo underground ballistic missile site is almost operational after new launching positions were constructed, satellite images obtained by Fox News show.
Saudi Arabia affirmed Tuesday the importance of extending the arms embargo on Iran, as it continues to provide the Al Houthi terrorist militia with advanced weapons and drones that are used to terrorize Yemenis, and to target civilians and civilian objects in the Kingdom in a deliberate and systematic manner.
Saudi Arabia welcomed international efforts to ensure Iran does not acquire a nuclear weapon, and to make the Gulf region free of all weapons of mass destruction.
Iran-aligned groups are continuing to attack U.S. and coalition personnel in Iraq, including an attack on March 3 that involved launching at least 10 rockets at a base housing military personnel and civilians; the most recent strike occurred on Monday.
The Iranian regime’s military interventions in the region are now an unambiguous reality that nobody inside or outside of Iran can honestly deny.
Saudi Arabia’s representative to the United Nations institutions in Vienna, Prince Abdullah bin Khalid bin Sultan Al Saud, expressed the Kingdom’s conviction of the need to expand the nuclear agreement with Iran.