Serhat TUNAR -TDO- The leaders of France, Britain and Germany made a joint statement that they held Iran responsible for the recent attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil refineries.
French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who met in New York in the United States during the 74th high-level United Nations meetings held in 2019, stated that Iran was clearly responsible for the attacks.
European leaders also called on the Iranian government to accept negotiations on security issues in the region, missile defense systems and the nuclear program.
The three leaders said in a joint statement that Iran's long-term negotiation work on regional security issues and the nuclear program, including the missile program, should be acknowledged.
On Monday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson blamed Iran for the attacks on oil plants during his flight to New York to attend the United Nations meetings, and said they would work closely with the United States and its allies.
The Iranian administration says it has no responsibility for the attacks.