RIYADH: A Saudi Defense Ministry spokesman will hold a press conference on Wednesday to provide information about Saturday’s attack on Aramco.
The conference at 5.30 p.m. Saudi time (2.30 p.m. GMT) will show evidence on Iran’s involvement in the Aramco attacks. It will also show Iranian weapons that were used in the attacks.
Earlier, the Saudi ambassador to London said Iran was almost certainly behind the attacks on an oil processing facility and an oil field that cut the Kingdom’s oil production by half.
The US has blamed Iran for the attacks and officials told Reuters that they originated in south-western Iran and involved cruise missiles and drones.
Iran-backed Houthi militants initially claimed they had carried out the attack from Yemen, where Saudi Arabia is part of a coalition supporting government forces fighting the militia.
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