The Government of Saudi Arabia has shown this Wednesday, a series of tests with the who has argued that the author of the attack against its oil company Saturday is actually Iran and not the militia, yemeni of the hutíes, as these last have been advocated.
The ministry of Defense arabia has exhibited the remains of the drones and missiles used, and has identified a part of them as devices, not manned with ala in the triangular shape made by Iran. Several of them exhibit numbers of series that relate also with Tehran.
In total, 18 drones were launched against the oil facilities in Abqaiq and seven cruise missiles impacted on the field of crude oil from Khurais. Of these last, three were wrong in their aim.
The colonel arabia Turki bin Saleh al-Malk - AFP
military analysts saudi arabia assured Wednesday that the devices came to Saudi Arabia from the north, where lies Iran. Yemen is located in the south. The army spokesperson arabia, colonel Turki al Malki , has argued that all the evidence collected "suggest that Iran is the author of this aggression," reports the AP.
"The attack was launched from the north and without any doubt it was sponsored by Iran," said Al Malki. "We're still investigating what was the exact point from which they removed the drones," he added, according to AP.
The path from north to south, if confirmed, is incompatible with the official version of Iran, and the rebels hutíes that the drones were launched from Yemen in response to the campaign of bomber aircraft the military coalition from 2015, leads in Saudi Arabia.
The attack against fields and refineries in Abqaiq and Khurais halted a 5% supply of the world's oil although the crown arabia has already informed you that in the next few hours will return to the levels of extraction and refinement prior to the assault.Date Of Update: 20 September 2019, 01:01