Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Saudi Arabian officials said they did not want another war to begin in the Middle East and would take any steps to prevent it. The Saudi administration, however, said they were strong enough to respond to attacks on oil facilities.
Speaking at a press conference in the capital Riyadh, Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adil al-Cubeyr said Saudi Arabia does not want a war in the Middle East and will do everything in their power to prevent it.
Al-Cubeyr stated that the other side should have the same opinion in order to be successful. The Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia added that if Iran prefers to fight, it will respond to it.
In Saudi Arabia, two petrol stations were attacked the week before and four commercial ships were subjected to sabotage in the UAE.