New Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, his assertion that there is no future for the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria, pointing out that “It will be deported, either through a political process, or through a military operation”.
Jubeir made the remarks at a news conference Wednesday evening, with his British counterpart, Philip Hammond, in the Saudi capital Riyadh, where it was considered that the Vienna meeting scheduled tomorrow and the day after tomorrow will be “A test of Iran's intentions about the seriousness of a political solution”.
He said al-Jubeir: “Assad has legitimacy, and with blood on his hands, he is responsible for killing 150 Alpha, and the displacement 12 Million of its citizens, and is responsible for the introduction of an occupation force Iran to Syria, and the introduction of sectarian militias like Hezbollah (Lebanese) And other”.
Saudi minister stressed “Assad that he will be excluded either by a political process, or through a military operation, in the end, does not exist in Syria”.
In response to a call Hammond for dialogue between Riyadh and Tehran, al-Jubeir said: “Our pursuit of better relations with Iran in all fields, but they did not respond, and continued the aggressive policies, and intervened in the affairs of the region, and sent troops to occupies Arab countries”.
He added in this regard: “Not in the interests of Iran and Saudi Arabia that there is tension in this important region of the world, but it is up to Iran, which Taatkhadd aggressive policies, and to change its policy that the kingdom will be forced to protect its interests and its allies and its people”.
the source : Agencies