Durch Vermittlung Chinas: Iran und Saudi-Arabien nehmen diplomatische Beziehungen wieder auf

10 mar 2023 1:19 p.m

Asian integration is progressing. Iran and Saudi Arabia have resumed diplomatic relations through China’s mediation. The possible rapprochement between Tehran and Riyadh is a major threat to the British and US positions in the Middle East.

Iran and Saudi Arabia have agreed in the Chinese capital Beijing to resume diplomatic ties and reopen embassies and missions, seven years after bilateral ties were severed over differences in policy between the two rivals in the region.

The resumption of ties was officially announced on Friday in a joint statement by Iran, Saudi Arabia and China.

The agreement was, according to PressTVafter several days of intensive negotiations between the Secretary of the Iranian Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani and his Saudi counterpart in Beijing.

Following talks between Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Beijing in February, Secretary of the National Security Council Shamkhani has been holding intensive talks with his Saudi counterpart in Beijing since Monday to seek a final solution to the dispute between Tehran and Riyadh to find, it said in PressTV.

The statement was signed by Shamkhani, Musaid Al Aiban, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State and member of the Council of Ministers and National Security Advisor, and Wang Wei, a member of the Chinese Communist Party. After signing the deal, Shamkhani said negotiations between the two countries had been “open, transparent and comprehensive”.

The rapprochement between Tehran and Riyadh is a major threat to the position of Britain and the United States in the Middle East. In November, the West used a media campaign to fantasize about an impending attack by Iran on Saudi Arabia in order to bring Saudi foreign policy back on track since the Ukraine war.

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