Merkel said the attacks on two major oil plants in Saudi Arabia at the weekend "show once again that everyone has to do everything possible, albeit extremely difficult, to find a diplomatic solution to the Yemen conflict."
ECE WE WILL WAIT FOR THE DISCLOSURES OF THE PARTIES ’
Merkel said that attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities were belirten of course worthy of condemnation, DW DW refused to accuse one side.
Merkel said the federal government would expect the parties to provide information to determine a “clear approach yaklaşım to how the issue should be responded.
Stating that there is no “final picture ilişkin of the attack yet, Merkel said the developments should be handled within the broad context of the tense situation in the region.
WEAPON SALES RE-START REQUEST
Jürgen Hardt, a member of Merkel's Christian Democratic Union, said that Germany should resume arms sales to Saudi Arabia after the attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities. T It is in Germany's own interests of stability that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates protect themselves, kendisini Hardt said.
“That's why we need to reconsider our armament cooperation, Hard said CDU MP Hardt.
DECISION FOR EXTENDING THE PERIOD ON 30 SEPTEMBER
The German government of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Social Democratic Party (SPD) agreed to stop arms exports to countries that were olan directly konusunda parties to the Yemen war during the coalition negotiations in March 2017.
The decision was also reflected in the signed coalition agreement, but various gaps were left in the text that allowed arms exports. After the murder of journalist Cemal Kaşıkçı at the Consulate General of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul, the government stopped all arms sales to Saudi Arabia in November 2018.
The decision was extended for six months in March of this year. The deadline will be decided on 30 September.
Two plants owned by Saudi oil company Saudi Aramco were attacked by armed unmanned aerial vehicles on Saturday morning. Iran-backed Shiite militias in Yemen took responsibility for the attack. Turki al-Maliki, spokesman for the Saudi-led military coalition, announced yesterday that the attack was not of Yemen. The statement stated that the attack was made with Iranian weapons. The US blames Iran for the attack.