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Saudi Arabia has threatened to take new measures against Iran

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Riyadh can take additional measures against Iran, if the official Tehran does not stop interfering in the internal affairs of other states, reports RIA News Statement by Saudi Foreign Minister Al-Jubeira.




“The isolation of Iran has begun in the region. The situation escalates as the diplomatic crisis deepens between Tehran and the capitals of a number of Arab states against the backdrop of the attack on the Saudi Arabian embassy in Tehran and the consulate in Mashhad, ”the Sky News Arabia channel reported.

It is noted that "the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) expressed full support for Saudi Arabia and condemned Iran’s" interference "in the internal affairs of the countries included in the council."

The publication recalls that Saudi diplomatic missions were attacked in Iran after Riyadh reported the execution of a Shiite preacher al-Nimr. In response, the monarchy broke off diplomatic relations with Iran. The Sudan, Bahrain, Djibouti and Somalia did the same.
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  1. Mixweb
    Mixweb 10 January 2016 08: 45 New
    26
    And the Saudis apparently do not meddle in the internal affairs of other states? laughing Or what is allowed to Jupiter - not allowed to a bull?
    1. Junior, I
      Junior, I 10 January 2016 08: 47 New
      +3
      They are blind in this respect!
      1. oleg-gr
        oleg-gr 10 January 2016 10: 27 New
        +3
        The Saudis really want to join the club "exceptional". So they are trying to try on the role of assistant gendarme in BV.
    2. svetoruss
      svetoruss 10 January 2016 08: 49 New
      18
      The Americans, by the hands of the Saudis, continue to put together a coalition against Iran, more wars, more refugees, more chaos, that’s their goal ...
      1. Junior, I
        Junior, I 10 January 2016 09: 02 New
        +3
        right, because external debt is burdensome, and it can only be written off with a big war
        1. ML-334
          ML-334 10 January 2016 09: 29 New
          +4
          In my opinion, as long as there is a demand for bucks, the paper does not end and the machine that prints these bucks doesn’t rust, hell owes all these debts.
          1. hrych
            hrych 10 January 2016 10: 36 New
            14
            This is a simplified approach. The dollar is still tied to oil in world trade, you’ll print more, inflation will begin, and world inflation, oil prices will rise. The actual increase in the dollar supply will strengthen the economy of the Russian Federation, Iran, Venezuela, and CA, and weaken the economy of the USA, EU, China, India, and Japan. Behind the dollar is a barrel of oil, not gold and silver, as before. In order to raise the dollar, it is necessary not to increase the dollar weight, but to increase the amount of oil on the market. Now the SA with the other emirates are throwing everything they can to the market, even a full oil donor - the United States itself is throwing its oil on the world market in order to harm Russia, Iran and finish off the Maduro government. To lower the low oil price, the enemy side experiences extreme tension and the campaign will soon have a bubble or gut burst. For our part, the Russian economy will stand up unambiguously, Iran is used to it, doubt is only in Venezuela, because there was a successful elimination of Chavez (Fidel and Che level). Maduro will fall, Bolivia will fall, Ortega will fall in Nicaragua, already in Argentina, positions have been lost. They are socialists, they are winning the social program, and Balivarian oil is behind it.
            1. ovod84
              ovod84 10 January 2016 10: 52 New
              +2
              Totally agree with you. Straight to the point.
            2. Amurets
              Amurets 10 January 2016 13: 22 New
              +1
              Quote: hrych
              Behind the dollar is a barrel of oil, not gold and silver, as before.

              You can’t say more precisely, but is it not possible that the USA is not afraid to lose its hobby, shale oil? After all, there the US oil companies suffer big losses.
              1. hrych
                hrych 10 January 2016 14: 32 New
                +7
                The oil industry of the West, from production, purchase, transportation and processing, is controlled by transnational corporations (i.e., supranational structures), the printing press is controlled by the Fed (also a supranational structure). By and large, it turns out that oil TNCs, that the Fed is one office (conditionally - Zakulis), respectively, and prints world currency, which depends on the main commodity of world trade - oil. If we take the US state, it’s impossible to call it a state if we look at it in detail, in fact there is no national currency, only a global, mercenary army, there are no uniform laws, each state has its own, including the death penalty, of a different kind from an electrostule, injection, gas chamber to her absence. In the congress and senate lobbyists sit, i.e. representatives of TNCs, and the president, as it turned out, maybe a talking monkey, then they plant a duck and nothing will change. Therefore, TNCs absolutely do not give a damn about the people and the US economy, the question is that oil production is getting out of Zakulis’s control, i.e. the main producers and subsoil reserves of the main oil reserves are Iran, Venezuela, Russia and Arabia. Under the control of TNCs (namely production), only Arabian oil, but the Russian Federation has already overtaken it in production, and the pricing due to the end of light Arabian oil (and the very existence of the dollar) is getting out of control. If Gaddafi announced the cessation of the sale of oil for the dollar, but only for gold, then he was killed, then the GDP and Iran simply have already declared the sale of oil for the national currency and bypassing the buck, having already made the yuan a reserve currency literally at the end of 2015. GDP is the ruler of the most powerful state on the planet, taking into account nuclear missile weapons, Iran is a strong regional power that borders on Arabia (the other side of the Persian Gulf) and the war with her behind the scenes will lead to a fire and Arabia. Those. Now there is a battle for the buck, no more no less, and this is the foundation of the Backstage. Such a tension that the United States throws its reserves into the market, the stock market of China (one of the main holders of securities tied to the buck) is in a fever to drop oil.
            3. Mavrikiy
              Mavrikiy 10 January 2016 13: 29 New
              +2
              Here, the old hag painted a perspective! Wherever you go, everywhere is a wedge.
              And let's look from the other side. From US competitors. Cheap oil is beneficial to Europe, lower costs, increased production. Well, henpecked will figure out the creation of a joint trading zone.
              And China, as I heard, almost floods kitchen pans with cheap oil. What to do with him, with the grave digger? On cheapness, it can promote its domestic market, in a year it’s not, and if it has time to lay the direction. It must be taken into account that China, like us, is self-sufficient. Just today the landmarks are shot down, like ours.
              Yes, and their own, shale workers to compensate for losses from the state game, well, how not to print. So the process is gradually changing.
              1. hrych
                hrych 10 January 2016 14: 47 New
                +3
                Quote: Mavrikiy
                Cheap oil is beneficial to Europe, lower costs, increased production.

                Also, all this is conditional; oil TNCs have the main headquarters in Western Europe, i.e. taxes are paid there, etc. Europe itself produces hydrocarbons on its shelves in Norway, Scotland, etc. oil for the economy should be neither expensive nor cheap, but such when it stabilizes within a framework without shocks. Those. price must be market laughing. There is a shock like war in Bl.Vostok, a rise in prices, now on the contrary, a deliberate game of lowering, all this is bad for the world economy. And when the buck collapses, Zakulis collapses, the shadow economy also evaporates, it’s easy to block the drug trade, the slave trade, weapons, etc. without the global currency. easy. Crime will go back to the gates.
                1. Mavrikiy
                  Mavrikiy 10 January 2016 16: 52 New
                  +1
                  And again, options. What is Europe is Germany, France, northern Italy, maybe England. Of these, only England may be interested in high oil prices. For the rest, I think cheap oil is more attractive, "oil does not smell," even Igilovskaya, because it brings down prices.
                  The second one. The dollar will collapse, everything will be sour, globally. In the future, Eureka will get rid of the dollar, and who said that Europe will get bored?
            4. BARKHAN
              BARKHAN 10 January 2016 15: 13 New
              +3
              Quote: hrych
              This is a simplified approach. The dollar is still tied to oil in world trade, you’ll print more, inflation will begin, and world inflation, oil prices will rise. The actual increase in the dollar supply will strengthen the economy of the Russian Federation, Iran, Venezuela, and CA, and weaken the economy of the USA, EU, China, India, and Japan. Behind the dollar is a barrel of oil, not gold and silver, as before. In order to raise the dollar, it is necessary not to increase the dollar weight, but to increase the amount of oil on the market. Now the SA with the other emirates are throwing everything they can to the market, even a full oil donor - the United States itself is throwing its oil on the world market in order to harm Russia, Iran and finish off the Maduro government. To lower the low oil price, the enemy side experiences extreme tension and the campaign will soon have a bubble or gut burst. For our part, the Russian economy will stand up unambiguously, Iran is used to it, doubt is only in Venezuela, because there was a successful elimination of Chavez (Fidel and Che level). Maduro will fall, Bolivia will fall, Ortega will fall in Nicaragua, already in Argentina, positions have been lost. They are socialists, they are winning the social program, and Balivarian oil is behind it.

              Well, what will the new Argentine government do at such oil prices? Will it again give the “oil industry” to the hands of “effective” American managers?
              Everyone wants to live like in the USA ... But few people know that in the USA, not all rich people. 40% of the population can not afford any medicine at all ... insurance however.
              The US economy is powerful, no words. But consumption is appropriate.
      2. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 10 January 2016 09: 05 New
        +6
        Quote: svetoruss
        Americans through the hands of the Saudis, continue to put together a coalition against Iran

        Yeah, that’s exactly why Americans recently lifted anti-Iranian sanctions. What sophisticated insidiousness!
        Well, think, what does the USA have to do with it? The Al-Saud family fell off the US leash and is playing its own game. After serious failures in Yemen and a catastrophic drop in oil prices (let’s not go into its causes), which has made a huge breach in the state budget, the Wahhabi monarchy only has to start a big Middle East war. It is advisable to put up with hands from the GCC and LAS. The war will write everything off and even make a profit. Well, at least these camel-lovers think so.
        1. GRAY
          GRAY 10 January 2016 09: 17 New
          +7
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Yeah, that’s exactly why Americans recently lifted anti-Iranian sanctions. What sophisticated insidiousness!

          This fits well with their manner of action, they need to weaken everyone (and the Saudis too).
          They thought that Iran was weaker economically and decided to strengthen it so that the fight would go on longer and bloody, with maximum damage to both sides.
          I am sure that if, in June 1941, the USSR fought back Nazi Germany and started pushing the Germans, they would help Hitler with their lend-lease.
          1. Ami du peuple
            Ami du peuple 10 January 2016 09: 36 New
            -3
            Quote: GRAY
            This fits well with their manner of action, they need to weaken everyone (and the Saudis too).

            Americans are not omnipotent. They may be universal evil, but they have obvious problems with universal power.
            Quote: GRAY
            I am sure that if, in June 1941, the USSR fought back Nazi Germany and started pushing the Germans, they would help Hitler with their lend-lease.

            Oh, how ... But why didn’t they help Hitler after Stalingrad? Or after the Kursk Bulge, when the USSR really began to crush fascist Germany?
            1. GRAY
              GRAY 10 January 2016 11: 53 New
              +7
              Quote: Ami du peuple
              Oh, how ... But why didn’t they help Hitler after Stalingrad? Or after the Kursk Bulge, when the USSR really began to crush fascist Germany?

              They considered the task achieved. After all, the Wehrmacht reached Moscow, and it was the turn of the Red Army to go to Berlin - as a result, both sides were economically bloodless, and the United States dominated. They harnessed the war in the European theater of war only so as not to completely lose Europe.
              The United States, then, entered Europe, and now in general it is completely controlled - sheer profit.
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              2. Ami du peuple
                Ami du peuple 10 January 2016 21: 23 New
                -2
                Quote: GRAY
                They harnessed the war in the European theater of war only so as not to completely lose Europe.

                Read the conspiracy thesis less at night. bully F.D.Ruevelt was the only American president who really took into account the interests of the USSR in the Great Game. Unlike the arrogant bulldog Churchill - the eternal enemy of communism and pathological Russophobe.
                The main profit of the Americans in that war is to plant their former mother country in cash and commodity loans. They quite succeeded. Everything else is an unexpected bonus. I think that the Americans themselves did not expect such docility from the "European partners" (such as the full implementation of the Marshall Plan). Although, I have to admit, the Yankees denazified at "five plus." The Germans still tremble at the word "Nazism." And for some "Holocaust" regularly pay.
            2. Weyland
              Weyland 10 January 2016 14: 38 New
              +2
              Quote: Ami du peuple
              And why didn’t they help Hitler after Stalingrad? Or after the Kursk Bulge, when the USSR really began to crush fascist Germany?


              It was not supposed that after the war the USSR would recover so quickly. Their main goal was to weaken Germany and UK - the greatest "empire over which the sun did not set", which was successfully achieved. That the USSR could become their global competitor, in those years, they could not even think!
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        2. avva2012
          avva2012 10 January 2016 10: 33 New
          +3
          the Wahhabist monarchy only remains to unleash a great Middle East war. It is advisable to put up with hands from the GCC and LAS. The war will write everything off and even give cash. Well, at least these camel-lovers think so.
          Here, roughly, with these words, they recently spoke about the United States. Now about SA. Do they work according to American patterns or the photographer’s ears are still visible in the photograph, and they didn’t break off the US leash?
          Removing the embargo from Iran could be beneficial to Europeans. Well, the USA cannot constantly bend allies in everything. In some ways it is necessary to concede. To give in, then lost, but on the other hand, returned to where we started. Yes it is possible. also with profit if Iran is drawn into the war.
        3. ovod84
          ovod84 10 January 2016 10: 50 New
          +1
          Well said, no words.
    3. vlad66
      vlad66 10 January 2016 08: 54 New
      20
      “Iran began isolation in the region

      But is it interesting that Iran itself knows about this? The sick imagination of a camel driver with a towel on his head is haunting. fellow
      1. Karayakupovo
        Karayakupovo 10 January 2016 10: 14 New
        0
        They take an example from the states with their “isolation” of Russia and a “torn apart” economy. Plagiarism is a bad thing.
    4. vovanpain
      vovanpain 10 January 2016 09: 04 New
      12
      Well, yes, yes, all Amer’s presidents, upon assuming office, swear on the bibles and state constitutions that they will destroy Iran ...... This bodyag seems to stretch for more than 30 years, Iran has stood and is standing. In November, another the mattress president again swears on the bible, and these stuffed animals in sheets and towels will wishful thinking. lol
    5. Kazanec
      Kazanec 10 January 2016 09: 48 New
      0
      Do not climb of course !!! In Yemen, especially do not climb. And finally, it is the most peaceful and democratic country in the entire Middle East :)
    6. meriem1
      meriem1 10 January 2016 10: 07 New
      +2
      Quote: Mixweb
      And the Saudis apparently do not meddle in the internal affairs of other states? laughing Or what is allowed to Jupiter - not allowed to a bull?


      They cannot deal with the opposition in Emen. They are driving to Iran. Laughter!!!
      1. iliitchitch
        iliitchitch 10 January 2016 10: 22 New
        +1
        Quote: meriem1
        They cannot deal with the opposition in Emen. They are driving to Iran. Laughter!!!


        Finish out - in their wilderness it will become completely deserted ... Where are you going, eh?
    7. Finches
      Finches 10 January 2016 10: 21 New
      +1
      Faithful US vassal begins a major game, possibly even without approval from overseas, which may end badly ... for Riyadh itself. In the Oval Office, although Iran has always been to them, like a bone in the throat, they understand this, but now there is no time for geopolitics - elections are on the way! The Kremlin’s rather restrained position is very interesting, but I think that Tehran has the right to count on Russia's support in this confrontation. Although, again, we are dominated by Sunni Muslims, which we must take into account in this conflict!
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 10 January 2016 10: 35 New
        +1
        Quote: Finches
        Although, again, we are dominated by Sunni Muslims, which we must take into account in this confrontation!

        But what does it matter what kind of branch of Islam the Russian Muslims profess? First of all, they are citizens of their country.
        The Saudi monarchy has personally and solely appropriated the title of “guardian of two shrines,” but as we see, it does not particularly preserve them. In particular, the constant bloody tragedies with a huge number of victims among the pilgrims are testimony to this. Moreover, the state religion of the Wahhabi persuasion, which dominates the KSA, is not quite a traditional Sunni religion. Not even at all traditional, unlike the one professed by most of our fellow Muslims.
        1. Finches
          Finches 10 January 2016 11: 20 New
          +1
          It's hard to disagree with you here, but it's worth considering!
      2. APASUS
        APASUS 10 January 2016 10: 36 New
        +2
        Quote: Finches
        Faithful US vassal begins a major game, possibly even without approval from overseas, which may end badly ... for Riyadh itself.

        The Americans themselves, on the drum like Riyadh, will lead the region to a military conflict. The only problem is that clumsy methods cannot be planned.
        1. Finches
          Finches 10 January 2016 11: 23 New
          +1
          I’m thinking, if the Kremlin openly and decisively takes the side of Tehran, will the Saudis settle down in this case ?? Although I personally think that intervening in this way would not be entirely right for Russia!
          1. sa-ag
            sa-ag 10 January 2016 13: 39 New
            +1
            Quote: Finches
            I’m thinking that if the Kremlin openly and decisively takes the side of Tehran,

            So to stand on the side of a militant religious minority is only to harm oneself, although profit will be in some way, but not long-term
    8. Oleg14774
      Oleg14774 10 January 2016 11: 24 New
      0
      Quote: Mixweb
      Or what is allowed to Jupiter - not allowed to a bull?

      Are you talking about the Saudis, that they are "Jupiter"?
    9. alekc73
      alekc73 10 January 2016 18: 57 New
      0
      For the Saudis of the United States and all the power of NATO. They are forgiven by medieval orders and mass executions. Until they forgive. Sheikhs will play hi
  2. The black
    The black 10 January 2016 08: 45 New
    +8
    Such a wild medieval kingdom should either be reformed into civilization or destroyed.
    1. Haettenschweiler
      Haettenschweiler 10 January 2016 08: 48 New
      +1
      Quote: Black
      Such a wild medieval kingdom should either be reformed into civilization or destroyed.


      - The same thing Europe and America say about Russia. My opinion: leave alone. Live and let others live. It is another matter that Iran is, as it were, a conditional ally of the Federation in the East, and, apparently, there will also have to supply weapons and Li Si Tsynov, as I understand it.
      1. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 10 January 2016 08: 55 New
        +6
        Quote: Haettenschweiler
        My opinion: leave alone. Live and let others live

        Are Sauds letting others live? Especially the preacher Al-Nimr and the rest of the forty-six recently executed?
        1. Haettenschweiler
          Haettenschweiler 10 January 2016 09: 15 New
          -5
          Quote: Ami du peuple
          Are Sauds letting others live? Especially the preacher Al-Nimr and the rest of the forty-six recently executed?


          “How long have we become the conscience of the world?” Or are we not enough of our problems? The Arabs themselves will figure out who executed whom, whom and how to punish for it. The only incentive to somehow support Iran is its position towards us. Everything else is the internal business of the Arabs, their headache and responsibility.
          1. Ami du peuple
            Ami du peuple 10 January 2016 09: 31 New
            +3
            Quote: Haettenschweiler
            Everything else is the internal business of the Arabs, their headache and responsibility

            Yes you? Their "headache and responsibility" say? Well then, let them be responsible for the financial support of Wahhabi militants in our North Caucasus. For the Volgograd terrorist attacks of December 2013. For blackmail by Prince Bandar of our leadership before the Sochi Olympics ... Yes, they will have to answer for many things before Russia.
            1. Haettenschweiler
              Haettenschweiler 10 January 2016 11: 19 New
              -2
              Quote: Ami du peuple
              Well then, let them be responsible for the financial support of Wahhabi militants in our North Caucasus


              - I agree, you can answer for this.

              Quote: Ami du peuple
              For the Volgograd terrorist attacks of December 2013.


              - But for this they should answer in half with our racially correct Russian FSB, which stupidly overslept everything. Which never copes with real threats - the Chechen attacks, for example, were also mostly successful.
  3. jovanni
    jovanni 10 January 2016 08: 46 New
    +2
    "It is noted that the" Gulf Cooperation Council of Arab States (GCC) expressed full support for Saudi Arabia and condemned the "interference" of Iran in the internal affairs of the countries that make up the council. "

    I wonder what are the prices for "support"?
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 10 January 2016 08: 49 New
      +4
      I wonder what are the prices for "support"?


      The price list is located in ISIS at AL BAGDADI ... everyone who wants to find out about discounts on services can call WASHINGTON in the reception of the US State Department.
  4. azbukin77
    azbukin77 10 January 2016 08: 48 New
    +1
    Quote: Black
    Such a wild medieval kingdom should either be reformed into civilization or destroyed.

    I completely agree with the second sentence!
  5. avvg
    avvg 10 January 2016 08: 48 New
    +1
    In my opinion, the Saudis (vassals of Washington) can only complain to their puppeteers Americans about Iran and no more.
  6. Electrical
    Electrical 10 January 2016 08: 49 New
    0
    Quote: Black
    must be either reformed into civilization or destroyed.

    democratized yet, let the US help in this
  7. ALABAY45
    ALABAY45 10 January 2016 08: 50 New
    +1
    "... Sudan, Bahrain, Djibouti and Somalia did likewise ..."
    Iran is in shock ?! belay In my opinion, this is like a break in diplomatic relations between Russia and Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Moldova ... More gains than losses!
  8. The black
    The black 10 January 2016 08: 51 New
    +1
    Quote: Haettenschweiler
    apparently, there will also have to supply weapons
    What does it mean apparently have to supply? SELL! .... and these are slightly different things. wink... and I see nothing wrong with that ...
  9. valokordin
    valokordin 10 January 2016 08: 51 New
    +2
    Iran should help the Hussites in Yemen more substantially.
  10. izya top
    izya top 10 January 2016 08: 52 New
    +2
    Iran’s isolation began in the region.
    I remember, the black-eared is already isolated lol
  11. The black
    The black 10 January 2016 08: 54 New
    +1
    Quote: ALABAY45
    ... Sudan, Bahrain, Djibouti and Somalia did likewise ... "

    It seems to me that the Saudis with their Arab members will soon turn into dung like their flock of rams from DAISH ..
  12. izya top
    izya top 10 January 2016 08: 55 New
    +3
    here, slyamzil repeat
    Today it is already clear that Saudi Arabia, and not Syria, is the No. 1 candidate for the collapse and a radical change in government. Oil reserves in Saudi Arabia remain for 3 years, the struggle for power is intensifying in the country. And the mass executions of people for this country are the norm; here they always cut off the heads of those who did not like the royal family.
    The country is more than ever preoccupied with internal problems. Therefore, the open war of Saudi Arabia with Iran, most likely, will not be. A military clash is not in the interests of both countries. The Saudi army is weak, although it is crammed with American weapons. It only remains for her to fight with Yemen - with a variable, however, success.
    But in the end, the royal family decided to harm everyone they can. And most importantly, of course, Iran. Prices on the European oil market will be sharply reduced - this creates problems for Iran - it is more difficult for it to enter the market. That is why oil at $ 30 in the first half of 2016 is quite real. The American oil industry is already preparing to set records for the fall in 2016. And the Ministry of Energy is already preparing a scenario for oil at $ 30 per barrel. But all this will end sooner or later - perhaps with the end of Riyadh.
    Material: http://alex195130.livejournal.com/401176.html
  13. yuriy55
    yuriy55 10 January 2016 08: 55 New
    +3
    While Iran will be friends with Russia, it does not need to listen to the views of the "jackals" of the overseas host ...
  14. venaya
    venaya 10 January 2016 08: 55 New
    0
    “The Arab Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) expressed full support for Saudi Arabia and condemned Iran’s“ interference ”

    Interesting little thing: States Persian Gulf condemns itself Persia (now Iran)! It is unclear why strangers dominate in this reservoir. Is it the Persian Gulf or the Gulf of the Arab States? I think the current leadership of Persia (Iran) needs to understand its garden (Persian Gulf).
  15. svp67
    svp67 10 January 2016 09: 01 New
    0
    Riyadh may take additional measures against Iran if official Tehran does not stop interfering in the internal affairs of other states,
    then Saudi Arabia will begin to intervene in the internal affairs of Iran ...
  16. Averias
    Averias 10 January 2016 09: 07 New
    +3
    Reflections on hearing are purely subjective. Iran actively wants to enter the hydrocarbon market. At the same time, they offer very attractive conditions for investors (an investor investing in the development and production of deposits will have a voting right of 10-12 years against 5 years, as is customary now). There is a situation where large investors will review the geography of investments (big money). The United States, with its lifting of the ban on oil exports (is it true for me there is a lot of incomprehensibility to whom are they going to sell this oil? With such an overstock and prices?). Iran wants to have a dominant status in the region (they do not hide this, they have been in isolation for so long). The Saudis cannot tolerate this. And the United States, so everything is good for them - which is bad for others.

    PS Moderators, return me to Russia. And how the "moved" to the EU judging by the flag after the New Year, so still there. I was "tired" of Europe with a Moroccan bias, I want to "go home", there are no dumplings and tolerasts. laughing
    1. sa-ag
      sa-ag 10 January 2016 10: 24 New
      +1
      Quote: Averias
      The United States, with its lifting of the ban on oil exports (the truth here is a lot of incomprehensible to me, to whom are they going to sell this oil?

      Europe
      Quote: Averias
      With such an overstock and prices?

      The main thing is to occupy a niche, then you can raise prices
    2. BARKHAN
      BARKHAN 10 January 2016 15: 29 New
      +2
      laughing Well, consider that you went on vacation ...
      The low oil price is temporary. The further the oil will be less, which means it will be more expensive. Now the main thing is to conclude contracts and gain a foothold in the market ...
      The lottery is also true here. The world market is increasingly using non-market methods of redistribution. Like two thousand years ago, who is stronger is right.
  17. Warm Padded Jacket
    Warm Padded Jacket 10 January 2016 09: 25 New
    +2
    Sudan, Bahrain, Djibouti and Somalia, well, generally reputable states, 100500% will listen to them)))
  18. askort154
    askort154 10 January 2016 09: 26 New
    +2
    I remember in distant childhood, my father asked me a riddle.
    - On the riverbank, a grandfather with a goat, cabbage and a wolf. They need to be transported by boat to the other side.
    individually so that you don’t leave the wolf and the goat alone, or the goat with cabbage.
    The situation in the Middle East reminds me of that riddle from childhood.
  19. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 10 January 2016 09: 28 New
    0
    What, the Saudi dynasty bought tape in the supermarket, and does not know how to properly dispose of it?
  20. guzik007
    guzik007 10 January 2016 09: 30 New
    +3
    I do not understand the Saudis, what are they hoping for in the event of an armed conflict on their army? Three times haha, if their Yemeni peasants are hammering, then Iran will not choke. Are you hoping for Sasha? Well, I don’t know, in the light of today's realities, when the Saudis very painfully attacked their interests in the field of oil pricing, I suppose that the Americans are not averse to teaching the presumptuous allies a little lesson with their own hands - this can be judged by the warming of relations between the United States and Iran.
    1. sa-ag
      sa-ag 10 January 2016 10: 27 New
      0
      Quote: guzik007
      I do not understand the Saudis, they are hoping for

      They transferred the entire conflict in the BV from the sphere of interests to the interfaith one, it rallies stronger money and this will last a long time, unless an idea like Arab socialism appears
  21. Al_oriso
    Al_oriso 10 January 2016 09: 38 New
    +1
    The SA played economic games - it didn’t work, it plays a war game with Yemen - it doesn’t work, now it has started playing political games - the same thing.
  22. sl22277
    sl22277 10 January 2016 09: 39 New
    +1
    I think nothing will be diplomacy and nothing more, if they want to do what they will do without warning.
  23. guznorodov
    guznorodov 10 January 2016 09: 47 New
    +2
    The Saudis alone can’t understand that they don’t rule the ball but are being pushed into the Stone Age, some people need a house as they think a “managed house”, Americans fail their shale oil business project, so cheap oil needs to be removed from the market and the countries that produce it. Americans never work for free and will not help for free either. America has no friends; there are only satellites from which you can disown in the hottest case.
  24. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 10 January 2016 09: 54 New
    +3
    Quote: Haettenschweiler
    How long have we become the conscience of the world? Or are we not enough of our problems?

    And Russia has always been a conscience. Or were you not aware of this? We remember our internal problems, but we should not forget about Russia's international interests.
  25. 31rus
    31rus 10 January 2016 11: 27 New
    +1
    Dear Sa, in itself it’s not worth anything except for its own money, but the revaluation of Israel, which remains in the shadow of all this fuss, is very dangerous, Turkey -Israel-Sa, here’s a new axis, which will try to impose its game, for some time they will succeed, then the smallest loss of positions of influence, the complete elimination of these states within the borders now recognized is possible, it should be noted that, being carried away by the confrontation with Iran, many of our own problems remain unresolved, here’s the answer to why Israel created a new brigade MTR
  26. Weyland
    Weyland 10 January 2016 14: 44 New
    +1
    Sudan, Djibouti, and Somalia are not particularly at risk - Iran is far from them, and it is unlikely that it will be necessary to spend missiles on these mongrels smile But the genius of zalivnyh sheikhs rolls over! Indeed, if Allah wants to punish someone - for starters, he deprives him of reason! If it comes to war, in case strict neutrality they could still hope that Iran would not mine the Strait of Hormuz - and now they have twisted the rope themselves! The Saudis have ports on the Red Sea, and Qatar, Bahrain and the UAE where will they get their oil? laughing
  27. awg75
    awg75 10 January 2016 17: 10 New
    +1
    if sheikhs could, then for a long time every Iranian .... but at the moment the dog barks, the caravan goes on.
  28. Oleg7700
    Oleg7700 10 January 2016 23: 58 New
    +2
    This is the first time that Pakistan has outlined its position ...
    Pakistani army commander General Rahil Sharif once again warned Tehran on 10 January that Islamabad would immediately respond to “any threat to Saudi Arabia’s integrity.”
    "Pakistan welcomes the decision of Saudi Arabia and supports the efforts of countries in the region to combat terrorism and extremism," Sharif said.
    The Sieve Bet radio station reported that Rachel Sharif promised to "destroy Iran."
    This statement was made after the visit of the Minister of Defense of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed ibn Salman al-Saud, to the military base in Rawalpindi.
    CBS, commenting on the statement of General Rakhil Sharif, notes that Pakistan, the only Islamic country with nuclear weapons, has recently significantly expanded its arsenal of nuclear weapons.