The british prime minister, Boris Johnson , has accused this Monday Iran of being behind attacks on two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, speaking to reporters accompanying him in New York, where must meet with the iranian president, Hassan Rohani.
"I can tell you that the United Kingdom attributed to Iran with a high degree of probability the attacks on Aramco," said the conservative leader to board the plane that led him to New York to attend the General Assembly of the United Nations, according to claims made on Monday by the british news agency Press Association.
"The difficulty is to know how to organize an international response," added the head of the Government, adding: "We will work with our american friends and our european friends to build that you try to reduce the tensions in the Gulf region".
"certainly, if the saudis or the americans ask us to participate, ask how we can be useful", he added.
These attacks, committed on the 14th of September, have already been awarded to Iran by the united States, who have qualified the events of "act of war". However, Tehran denies its responsibility and warns of a "total war" in case of response american or saudi.
The us secretary of State, Mike Pompeo , has assured that the united States prefer a "peaceful solution" with Iran.Updated Date: 23 September 2019, 21:01