Saudi Foreign Minister: al-Maliki, his words are not a sectarian basis and policy led to the destruction of Iraq

Adel al-Jubeir

July 28, 2015 13:35

(Independent) ... Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said that a lot of the words that Vice President Nuri al-Maliki say about Saudi Arabia is unfounded, stressing that his country is at the forefront of the fighting of terrorism.

He said al-Jubeir during a press conference with UN High Commissioner for Foreign Policy of the European Union Federica Mugireny in Riyadh and I followed (independent) announced today that "a lot of talk that Nuri al-Maliki say about Saudi Arabia baseless," noting that "al-Maliki sectarian policy led to the destruction of Iraq." , According to him.

Jubeir said that "Saudi Arabia is at the forefront of the fighting of terrorism", stressing at the same time that "there is a consensus for a European Saudis need to involve Iraq's plug-in power."

For its part, Mgrena said she discussed with Al-Jubeir nuclear deal with Iran and what it called "the tragic humanitarian situation in Yemen", also discussed the development of a regional framework for the region to shift from confrontation to cooperation.

She added: "After the implementation of the nuclear deal with Iran will seek to neutralize the controversial files, I call on Iran to move from confrontation to negotiation in the region", pointing out that the European Union is counting on the important role of Saudi Arabia internationally.

The vice president said in a television interview that "the root of terrorism and the root of extremism and the root of the atonement is of the Wahhabi sect in Saudi Arabia," adding that "the Saudi government is able to adjust this trend Wahhabi Takfiri .. and because of its inability, I pray that Saudi Arabia be under international trusteeship Otherwise terrorism will remain fed funds from Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia is growing at the expense of the House of God.

The Presidency of the Republic was considered earlier that al-Maliki's recent statements on Saudi Arabia "personal and do not represent the official position", as pointed out pursuit of President Fuad Masum, to develop and establish better relations with Saudi Arabia.

He said the Information Office of the Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, the latter's remarks on Saudi Arabia as part of many positions previously adopted was not the first and will not be the last, as he emphasized that he does not need to use any title. (End)