Source: Radio Farda
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has once again urged the international community to squeeze Iran economically and politically, The Wall Street Journal reported on March 29.
The Saudi crown prince told the WSJ that sanctions "will create more pressure
on the regime". Meanwhile Prince Mohammad insisted that Riyadh was trying to
avoid military conflict with Tehran.
"If we do not succeed in what we are trying to do, we will likely have war with Iran in 10-15 years", he stated.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince calls for more pressure on Iran. 'We have to succeed so as to avoid military conflict,' he says.https://t.co/A80OXigla8— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) March 30, 2018
The 32-year-old Saudi crown prince was appointed as the heir to the throne by
his father less than a year ago.
Saudi Arabia has witnessed a comprehensive reform campaign under the prince since his ascension to power.
The power struggle with Iran has been the main political challenge before the prince who famously threatened the Islamic Republic with war "inside Iran".
If Kushner discussed the names with the Saudi prince without presidential authorization, he may have violated federal laws around the sharing of classified intelligence. https://t.co/Pk2utfWDcp— The Intercept (@theintercept) March 21, 2018
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