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U.S., Iran is the fault of the droneaanvallen in Saudi pressing mills

The Us secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has on Saturday accused Iran of the attack by pressing mills in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Pompeo concluded that the commitment of Yemen to the united. According to him, Iran is concerned with false diplomacy.

He points out that there is no evidence for the claim that the attack in Yemen would come out. However, he reported not any evidence that he has, that Iran is the guilty party, it would have been. Iran rejects the allegations out of hand.

The leadership of the Houthi rebels in Yemen, with which Saudi Arabia has long been in conflict, it is said, after the attack of several seconds in the direction of the fields to be sent.

Tehran has been left nearly 100 attacks on the kingdom of Saudi Arabia for a while Rouhani and Zarif pretend to engage in diplomacy. Amid all the calls for de-escalation, Iran has now launched an unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply. There is no evidence the attacks came from Yemen.

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The saudi and Us government employees to examine now the possibility of attack from Iraq has been carried out. They are in any doubt about the story of the Houthi-rebels-who-the-attack-have been reported in The Wall Street Journal, on the basis of the lay public.

Also, Iraq is held the Sunday after the attack, they have to do.

Oil production in Saudi Arabia has been cut in half after attack

The attack on an oil refinery and an oil field in Saudi Arabia will be made in the night from Friday to Saturday, and for large-scale fires. The installations at Abqaiq, and Khurais are taken in ten seconds. In the field of Abqaiq, the largest oil installations in the world.

The Saudi staatsoliebedrijf, Saudi Aramco Saturday, after the seizures of the oil production has been cut in half. Sources around the company to announce the production of approximately five million barrels per day, has been reduced.

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