Riyadh: Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal Bin Farhan has said that restoration of diplomatic relations does not mean the end of all differences with Iran.
In an interview given to Saudi media, Foreign Minister Faisal Bin Farhan said that Iran and Saudi Arabia want to resolve their differences through dialogue, and the reconciliation agreement between the two countries is a reflection of common aspirations.
He said that diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia will be restored in two months and the restoration of diplomatic relations does not mean the end of all differences with Iran, the continuous increase in Iran’s nuclear capabilities is a cause for concern.
The Saudi Foreign Minister said that the Gulf countries and the Middle East reiterate their demand to rid the Middle East of weapons of mass destruction, so that Iran fulfills its nuclear obligations and increases cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Faisal bin Farhan added that China has positive relations with Saudi Arabia and Iran, so the agreement mediated by China will help to improve common security and relations. According to the agreement, he is looking forward to meeting the Iranian counterpart soon.