Proposal to sign nonaggression pact undermines Saudi conspiracy: Expert
Tehran, An analyst emphasized that the proposal of Iran to sign a nonaggression pact with the Arab countries was a timely proposal to the extent that tarnish Saudi plans in the region.
In an interview with the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) on Wednesday, Amir Mousavi pointed to a Mecca emergency meeting with Iran in focus, and said that Saudi Arabia and the UAE despite their huge expenditure and plenty of programs have failed. He noted in order to be able to cover up their failures, as well as to apply a new round of confrontations against Iran and the oppressed nation of Yemen, they want to bring other countries together.
Expressing that the Saudi coalition claimed that Yemeni Ansarullah is the arm of Iran and runs Iran's plans, the analyst stated, "For more than four years and two months, the Saudi coalition is fighting against Yemen, everyday it conducts 30 to 70 air attacks and it has not left a region intact, but it didn't succeed, and Ansarullah gains more success every day, as they now have their own missiles, and threatens Riyadh and Abu Dhabi.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA