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Saudi Crown Prince Says He Wished For A Political Solution To Iran

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Saudi Crown Prince Says He Wished For A Political Solution To Iran

Saudi Crown Prince Says He Wished For A Political Solution To Iran

Saudi Arabia’s crown prince warned that oil prices could spike to “unimaginably high numbers.” According to Reuters, he said this would happen if the world does not come together to stop Iran.

Mohammed bin Salman said he prefers a political solution to a military one.

During the CBS program “60 minutes” he denied ordering the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Yet he said he takes “full responsibility” for the incident because he is the leader of his country.

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