Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister has slammed the West’s dual policies on Iran’s nuclear issue warning that the trend would backfire.
Prince Saud al-Faisal also warned in an exclusive interview with BBC that any military confrontation with Iran would lead to an escalation of tension in the entire region, causing insurmountable instability and a great economic loss.
Al-Faisal recommended that the West abandon its double-standard policy vis-à-vis the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program, reported as peaceful in International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports.
He also accused the West for turning a blind eye to the Zionist regime, which possesses a huge arsenal of nuclear weapons and is not subject to any international inspections.
Analysts believe the undeclared stockpile of Israeli regime’s nuclear weapons can cause a human catastrophe in a possible military face-off with its foes.