The Saudi ambassador to Russia explains the fact that a Saudi message was sent to Iran for normalization


Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Russia, Raed al-Qarmali, denied Saudi Arabia sent a message to Iran aimed at normalizing relations and called on Iran to stop escalation and threat in the region to start a new chapter in relations between the two countries.

"I do not have any information about Saudi messages to Iran, but we openly call on them to stop escalation and choose a truce and change its behavior in the region, which will lead us to open a new page with Iran," Qarmali told Sputnik on Monday.
"The continuation of escalation and the threat to us and other countries in the region will not lead to no interest in Iran and certainly not for the benefit of the other side."

As for what is being said about Iraqi and Pakistani mediation to bring the Kingdom and Iran closer, the ambassador explained that he had heard about it in the media.

Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Russia, Raed al-Qurmali, said Monday that Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Saudi Arabia would take place in about two weeks.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, during which he discussed political and security developments.

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