Tehran: Iranian Overseas Ministry criticized British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for his claims that Iran was concerned in current drone assaults on Saudi Arabia’s Aramco oil services.
“Instead of making such futile efforts against Iran, the British government is better to stop the sales of lethal weapons to Saudi Arabia which is used against the Yemeni people,” stated Abbas Mousavi, spokesman of Iranian Overseas Ministry on Monday, Xinhua information company reported.
On Sunday, Johnson stated that “Britain is attributing responsibility with a very high degree of probability to Iran for the Aramco attacks. We think it is very likely that Iran was indeed responsible” for September 14 assaults.
Iran has denied the fees which has additionally been raised by the US and Saudi officers. Yemeni Houthis have claimed duty for the assaults.