On Thursday, Saudi Arabia’s Shah Salman criticized Iran in its annual speech, as well as praised the steps taken by his country to control the coronavirus problem as well as to stabilize oil supplies.
In the presence of Saudi’s Mohammed Ahmad Wali, 82-year-old Salman highlighted the country’s policy achievements in a speech through digital media.
On foreign policies, Salman emphasized his words and said that Iran has remained a matter of great concern. He also alleged that Iran is supporting terrorism and trying to increase sentiments within the region.
In his speech, Salman did not mention anything about the new US administration under ‘Biden’ elected to the post of President. Saudi strongly supported former President Donald Trump’s plan to pressure his rival Iran.
Saudi Shah said, “Strict measures need to be taken to ensure Iran cannot acquire the weapons of massacre.” He weighed in on the words that the Iranian regime’s plan for the region was threatening.