Source: Saudis welcome UN report, US stand on Iran's missile supplies

By REUTERS
December 14, 2017 20:31
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DUBAI - Saudi Arabia on Thursday welcomed a United Nations report and a US stand on Iran's missile supplies to Yemen's Houthis and demanded immediate action to hold Tehran accountable for its actions, state news agency SPA reported.

"The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia welcomes the UN report that asserted that the hostile Iranian intervention and its support for the terrorist Houthi militia with advanced and dangerous missile capabilities threatens the security and stability of the kingdom and the region," SPA said.

The agency said Saudi Arabia also welcomed the US stand announced by Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and demanded "immediate measures to implement" relevant UN Security Council resolutions and to hold Tehran accountable for its actions.

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