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Iran says it opposes all maritime sabotage, days after Saudi boat blast

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks at a information convention on the sidelines of the United Nations Common Meeting in New York, U.S.

Iran mentioned on Wednesday it was in opposition to any act that threatened maritime security and commerce, two days after a gas transport ship was attacked close to the Saudi port of Jeddah.

“Iran rejects any act of sabotage in opposition to maritime security and safety and the liberty of worldwide commerce” ISNA information company quoted Overseas Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh as saying when requested in regards to the assault.


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Primarily based out of Pittsburgh, PA, South Korean Born Mi-Kyung Jeon is a MASTER OF FINE ARTS (M.F.A.) from Duquesne College. She joined NYK Each day as a world Correspondent. She has beforehand interned on the New York Occasions in New York,for eleven months.

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