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Saudi says reserves right to respond to Iran “hostile actions”

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DUBAI: Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said on Monday his country reserved the right to respond to Iran’s “hostile actions,” an apparent reference to a missile fired by Yemen’s Houthis who Saudi Arabia says are armed by Iran.
Jubeir also said on his Twitter account that Iranian interference in the region harms neighboring countries and international peace and security.

التدخلات الإيرانية في المنطقة تضر بأمن دول الجوار وتؤثر على الأمن والسلم الدوليين، لن نسمح بأي تعديات على أمننا الوطني

— عادل بن أحمد الجبير (@AdelAljubeir) November 6, 2017

Bahrain’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Khaled bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa also tweeted that Iran was the real danger to the region.

نعي تماما ان جمهورية ايران ، بحزبها و حشدها و عصائبها ، هي الخطر الحقيقي على المنطقة بأسرها . و افعالها تؤكد ضرورة كبحها و إزالة خطرها

— خالد بن ‏أحمد (@khalidalkhalifa) November 6, 2017

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