Washington: Iran has agreed to stop supplying arms to its Houthi allies in Yemen in the context of restoring diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia.
The American media outlet Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has reported with reference to Saudi officials that after last week’s mutual relations between Riyadh and Tehran, Iranian officials said that Iran should stop attacks on Saudi Arabia against the Houthis. Will pressurize.
It should be noted that Iran and Saudi Arabia agreed to restore relations within two months and to reopen the embassies that had been closed for a decade. Agreeing to respect state autonomy and non-interference in internal affairs was set out on the route map.
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A later joint statement said Saudi Arabia and Iran had agreed to activate a 2001 security cooperation agreement, after which the two countries would open embassies in each other’s capitals within two months.
On the other hand, Pakistan warmly welcomed the normalization of diplomatic relations between Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran on behalf of Pakistan China.
It should be remembered that Saudi Arabia had executed a Shia scholar in 2016, after which protesters in Iran attacked the Saudi embassy, after which relations between the two countries were severed.