What Obama said about Iraq Salman Bembagesat Washington

Twilight News / Description Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir to meet with US President Barack Obama, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz as positive and fruitful.

Jubair said at a news conference of the US capital Washington, said during the meeting the two sides discussed the nuclear deal with Iran and the war in Syria and ways to resolve the crisis in Yemen.

Jubair said that Saudi Arabia believes that Iran's nuclear agreement will contribute to the security and stability of the Middle East, noting that Obama stressed that the agreement to the Salman prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.

And on the ongoing conflict in Syria Jubair he said the two sides discussed resolving the crisis, according to a statement Geneva 1, stressing that there is no future for President Bashar al-Assad in power.

Jubair al-Assad bore responsibility for the emergence of the terrorist organization Daash in Syria, Iraq and the killing of more than 300 000 Syrians including women and children.

On the situation in Iraq, Jubair said that the two leaders expressed their hope that the reforms in Iraq contribute to the promotion of national unity.

And on the crisis in Yemen, Jubair said the two sides stressed the need to ease the humanitarian suffering of civilians there, pointing to the need for the United Nations oversee the ports of Yemen to facilitate the entry of aid.

Jubeir said that the two sides stressed the need to elect a president of the republic in Lebanon.