In a tweet on Friday, the top Iranian diplomat stressed that the Islamic Republic has been calling for ceasefire in Yemen from the first day of the war in Yemen, lashing out at the United States' support to Saudi Arabia in its aggression on the Arab impoverished country. In addition, the deputy commander of the IRGC's Qods Force, Esmail Ghani, said: "Those defending Yemen have been trained under the flag of the Islamic Republic."Statements by the United Nations and U.S., as well as reports by intelligence agencies, are significant because they corroborate and substantiate what Saudi leaders have previously pointed out, that Houthi missiles targeting Riyadh were made by Iran". Haley also showed parts the Defense Department said were from an attack in July on an oil refinery in Saudi Arabia as further evidence that Iran "is defying the global community, and not just one time". The missile parts she showed off Thursday were recovered following a November 4 strike on an airport in Riyadh. "The threat of Iranian missiles stretches from the Persian Gulf, through Yemen, Syria and all the way to Lebanon and Gaza".
The missile was reportedly launched at Saudi Arabia last month from an area of Yemen that is controlled by Houthi rebels, an Iranian-backed Shiite group that took control of large swathes of Yemen in 2014.
They also welcomed the American position announced by the United States Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, and its condemnation of Iran's hostile activities in supporting and arming terrorist groups.
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The Prime Minister also said that during the tenure of Vajpayee, significant work was done for the development of the Northeast. He also pointed out his government has sanctioned rail and road projects worth Rs. 79000 crore for the North East.
The crisis has deteriorated under Saudi Arabia's month-long blockade of desperately needed aid supplies in Yemen, where almost 70 percent of the population depends on foreign aid to survive. It also said the missile's unique valve-design was only found in Iran.
The US mission to the United Nations said its ambassador, Nikki Haley, would hold a news conference on Thursday in Washington to highlight its findings, as well as Iran's "destabilising activities in the Middle East region and elsewhere in the world".
"Our new strategy was prompted by the undeniable fact that the Iranian regime's behavior is growing worse".
The agency said Saudi Arabia also welcomed the USA stand announced by Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and demanded "immediate measures to implement" relevant UN Security Council resolutions and to hold Tehran accountable for its actions.
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He also said his side would not talk directly with the opposition until it drops its demand for Assad to step down. Russian Federation has provided crucial military and diplomatic backing to Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces.
"There are more than half a dozen pieces of evidence demonstrating that these components are directly traceable to Iran", she said.
Today, Nikki Haley will give a bombastic speech at the United Nations accusing Iran of arming the Houthis.
Smoke billows behind a building in the Yemeni capital Sana'a on December 2, 2017, during clashes between supporters of ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh and the Houthis. In the weapons the US inspectors did come some USA components though they would not say exactly which components they were.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif posted on Twitter a photo of Haley juxtaposed with a well-known image of former secretary of state Colin Powell appearing before the Security Council, where he provided intelligence in the run-up to the 2003 Iraq war that was later found to be false.
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She called those pictures "ironic and amusing and extreme" during an interview on " Good Morning America ". Keaton's older sister, Lakyn Jones , wrote on Twitter that same day that the account was not her mother.
But the report, while citing military materiel presented by Saudi Arabia, stops short of fully embracing Haley's conclusions, saying that the U.N. Secretariat is "still analyzing the information collected".