Saudi Arabia's top diplomat has issued a new warning against Iran's appeasement.
"Iran's history over the last 40 years has been aggression, especially against my country," Saudi Arabia's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Adel Al-Jubier, told Fox News on Wednesday. "Attracting Iran only nourishes Iran's aggressive behavior."
Saudi Arabia stated that cruise missiles, which struck two of the kingdom's key oil fields earlier this month, were manufactured in Iran and came from Iran. . Al-Jubier promised more evidence would be published.
"We call for global efforts to curb Iran's aggressive behavior," he said. "Iran must decide whether it is a revolution or a nation-state. If it is a nation-state, it must respect the rules of international law, the sovereignty of nations, and respect the principle of non-intervention in the affairs of other states."
On the same day as the Saudi minister spoke to Fox News, Iranian President Hassan Ruhani addressed the United Nations General Assembly and criticized Tehran's regional rival.
"Saudi Arabia's security is guaranteed by ending the aggression against Yemen instead of inviting foreigners," said Rouhani. We are ready to spend our national strength and regional credibility and international prestige. "
Saudi Arabia will have a chance to respond to Rouhani on Monday. But Al Joubier, a veteran diplomat who has been ambassador to the Kingdom of Washington for nearly a decade, knows the long litany of Iranian attacks on his country and around the world,
"Iranian behavior must stop," he said. "Our embassies have been attacked. They tried to destroy the Hajj [the annual pilgrimage of the Islamic faithful to Mecca]; killed our diplomats in many countries. They have planted terrorist cells in Saudi Arabia. They blew up Hobar's bar in 1
US STUDY TO THE GERMAN BLASTS IRAN DIPLOMA "HYPOCRISIA" AT VISIT OF DIPLOMA  260 ballistic missiles – Iranian-made, Iranian-made – launched by Houthis in Saudi territory. One hundred and fifty drones, too. Thank goodness our air defenses were able to prevent any of these missiles from reaching their target. "
Al-Jubi'er said that the way to modify Tehran's behavior is to stop what he describes as the pacification of Iran. His message seems to be aimed at European nations that are still making billions of dollars in business with the Islamic Republic,
"We believe that the international community must take a firm response to Iran's aggressive behavior and say 'enough is enough,'" he told Fox News.
"When people talk for creating a parallel system for SWIFT [the global method used by banks for sending and receiving money] this is a pacification, "Al-Jubier said." When people talk about lending to Iran, it is a pacification that just amplifies the Iranians. When people talk to Iran but don't cook, they talk with firm actions … it's a pacification.
"When people seek to do business with Iran, when Iran kills people and disrupts international order, it is peace," he added. "So the first step should be [to] to stop the peace, to make it clear. Iran that if you want to be a good nation "you stand to act as a nation that is governed by international norms and international laws. "
Al-Jubier says Iran will continue on its destructive path unless something changes.
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" You Can't Have relations with a country embroiled in the onset of death and destruction against my country and countries in the region, "he said.
" That cannot be sustained. This should be over. "
Fota News" Martha Dennis contributed to this report.