The European Union’s coordinator for nuclear talks with Iran, Enrique Mora, said on Friday that his visit to Riyadh was “very productive”.
Mora added, through his account on “Twitter”, that his visit dealt with the relations of the European Union with Saudi Arabia and the union’s orientation towards the Gulf region after a meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council last Monday, in addition to the Iranian nuclear agreement.
Yesterday, the Saudi Foreign Ministry said that Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan discussed with Mora developments on the Iranian nuclear program talks, and international efforts to ensure that Tehran “does not violate” international agreements and treaties in this regard.
During the meeting, they discussed developments regarding the Iranian nuclear program talks, and international efforts to ensure that Iran does not violate international agreements and treaties in this regard, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).
The two sides also discussed the importance of strengthening joint action to stop Iranian support for terrorist activities that threaten the security and stability of the Middle East and the world.
And last Friday, the Saudi foreign minister stressed that Iran is accelerating its nuclear activities, and is entering the region in a very dangerous stage, amid efforts to return Tehran to the nuclear agreement signed in 2015.
He added in a press conference held in Washington during his visit to the United States, in which he talked about many issues, including regional developments, that the talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran were friendly, but they did not achieve tangible progress.