Saudi Arabia calls on Iran to cooperate with nuclear inspectors

The Vienna International Centre, headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), is seen in Vienna, Austria, May 28, 2015. (REUTERS)
Updated 08 November 2019

Saudi Arabia calls on Iran to cooperate with nuclear inspectors

  • Praising the IAEA inspectors’ professionalism and transparency, Prince Abdullah stressed the need for Tehran to immediately cooperate with the agency in providing the information it required

VIENNA: Saudi Arabia called on Iran to fully cooperate with nuclear inspection teams monitoring its atomic energy activities.
The Kingdom has confirmed its support for the work of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) after one of its inspectors was briefly prevented from leaving Iran last week.
The appeal came in a speech delivered by Prince Abdullah bin Khalid bin Sultan, the Saudi ambassador to Austria and the Kingdom’s permanent representative to the UN and international organizations in Vienna, during a special session of the IAEA board of governors.
Praising the IAEA inspectors’ professionalism and transparency, Prince Abdullah stressed the need for Tehran to immediately cooperate with the agency in providing the information it required.


Houthi missile injures three women in Saudi Arabia

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Houthi missile injures three women in Saudi Arabia

  • Three women have suffered minor injuries after a house was damaged by the projectile

RIYADH: Three women were wounded by a Houthi attack towards a town in the Saudi border region of Jazan, the Saudi Press Agency reported Tuesday. 
Spokesman for the Civil Defense in Jazan, Mohammed Al-Ghamdi, said the center received a report claiming that military missile was launched towards a town located near the border in Jazan.
Three women have suffered minor injuries and one house was damaged due to the missile. 
The women were transferred to a hospital and their health condition is stable.