BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 A.M.) – Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Jubeir hailed the new Idlib buffer zone agreement for ensuring a peaceful solution to the situation in this Syrian province.

“Excellent, excellent,” Jubeir said, when asked how Saudi Arabia assessed the agreements on Idlib.

The minister expressed the hope that the situation around Idlib could be resolved through negotiations.

“Any time you avoid a situation when the conflict increases it is a positive step. And we hope that that issue can be dealt with through negotiations. I think this is a positive development,” Jubeir said.’

Saudi Arabia has changed their tone towards the Syrian government over the last year, despite the fact they still do not have any diplomatic relations.

 

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n.md.148
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zio kingdom of wahabbi barbarians is a war criminalised govt who has killed yemenis and is still kept by its zio lapdogs – all to rot in perm h**l soon

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The war in Yemen was started by the Iran-backed Houthis who did a coup against legitimate prez. Hadi who called Saudis and Emiratis for help just like Bashar called Khamenei and Putin.
Hadi has dubious allies with the Saoudis, Assad has dubious allies with Iranians.
D’you know what double standards are?

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Hadi fled than its not a coup according to westerners

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Stern Daler

This agreement can only be wrong if the Bani Saud are in favour.

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Why did I thought the same thing? Thus I must admit that there are some improvements in the house since MBS is the de facto ruler, thus, in the present case, yup, this is miscalculation and not even in the Bani-Saud’s interest since… Qaedans absolutely want to skin the al-Saouds’…

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Joe Yousef

SAUDI ARABIA IS PART OF THE PROBLEM NOT THE SOLUTION.

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Soizic

Their religion is not a god , but a devil!
They do everything to make the life more difficult for any being in the world!

Daeshbags-Sux
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Saudis should better enjoy their oil, prepare the post-oil era, make their desert green, take care of their puzzling poverty rate (25% of population under poverty threshold!) and liquidate their wahharabid clergy instead of messing with foreign politics and dilapidating hundreds of millions at it…
Same thing for a few others in the region who match perfectly with the old Aesop’s tale about the frog who wanted to be as big as an ox, namely Qatar, Turkey and Iran.
They only create havoc any time…

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Who is the ox?