Iran’s Nour News said that Iran and Saudi Arabia, two regional giants that have lately buried the hatchet after years of tense ties, may work together in the nuclear business. This comes as the two countries have recently buried the hatchet.
“Despite Zionists’ opposition to Saudi Arabia’s nuclear advancement, cooperation in the field of peaceful nuclear technologies and transfer of experiences under supervision of IAEA, can be one of the main axes in the bilateral relations between Tehran and Riyadh,”
Reports of possible nuclear cooperation between Iran and Saudi Arabia
Nour News, which is affiliated with Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, said in a post on its Twitter account on Tuesday. “Despite Zionists’ opposition, cooperation in the field of peaceful nuclear technologies and transfer of experiences under supervision of IAEA,”
Iran and Saudi Arabia, which had been estranged from one another for seven years, reached an agreement on March 10 to reestablish their diplomatic ties and reopen their embassies and posts, following several days of intense discussions that were sponsored by China.
The two regional powers have emphasized the need of refraining from intervening in the internal affairs of one another and respecting the other’s right to national sovereignty.