Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan reiterated that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is committed to fighting terrorism with its allies.
He stressed during a joint press conference in Riyadh, today, Sunday, with his Austrian counterpart, that Saudi Arabia has always demanded the disclosure of all documents related to the September 11 attacks, and indicated that all American documents confirmed that the Kingdom was not involved in those terrorist attacks, noting that his country is a partner in the fight against terrorism and will always work with its allies in this field.
According to Al-Arabiya, these statements came after the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released a recently declassified 16-page document relating to the period leading up to the September 11, 2001 attacks, and those partially revised pages did not provide any evidence of the Saudi government’s involvement. In any way, in those terrorist attacks, and an American government committee did not find any evidence that the kingdom funded the “Al-Qaeda” organization, for which the Afghan “Taliban” movement provided a safe haven at the time, according to what was reported by Reuters today, based on what was revealed by that document. .
It is noteworthy that many current and former Saudi officials have repeatedly stressed that the Saudi government has nothing to do with these terrorist attacks, and the Saudi embassy in Washington has stressed that the Kingdom has always supported transparency regarding the events of September 11, and welcomes the publication by the US authorities of declassified documents related to those attacks. , according to Al-Arabiya.
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