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US News Saudi prince warns of 'unimaginable' oil prices

09:55  30 september  2019
09:55  30 september  2019 Source:   dw.com

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a person wearing a hat: Provided by Deutsche Welle © picture-alliance/dpa/Saudi Press Agency Provided by Deutsche Welle In a TV interview, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has called for global action against Iran, warning of "unimaginably high" oil prices. He also described the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as "a mistake."

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Prince Mohammed called for global action against Iran, warning that oil prices could rise astronomically otherwise.

In the program aired late on Sunday, bin Salman blamed Iran for the September 14 attack on Saudi oil facilities that cut its production by half and led to a spike in oil prices.

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"If the world does not take a strong and firm action to deter Iran, we will see further escalations that will threaten world interests," he told CBS program 60 Minutes.

"Oil supplies will be disrupted and oil prices will jump to unimaginably high numbers that we haven't seen in our lifetimes."

The US, France, Germany and Britain have backed Saudi assertions that Iran was behind the attack, as opposed to the Houthi rebel group that has claimed responsibility.

The crown prince said he would prefer a political rather than a military response to Iran, as a war between Saudi Arabia and Iran would collapse the global economy.

MBS denies ordering Khashoggi murder

  MBS denies ordering Khashoggi murder Saudi Arabia's crown prince also discusses the impact of a September attack on Saudi oil facilities, and responds to allegations that a female Saudi activist has been tortured in prisonVideo: MBS speaks about his role in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi (The Independent)

In the same interview, bin Salman — also known by his initials MBS — also denied ordering the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Turkey, but said that as leader of the country he bore responsibility.

"This was a heinous crime," he told the program. "But I take full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia, especially since it was committed by individuals working for the Saudi government." Prince Mohammed said he was "absolutely not" behind the killing, calling it "a mistake."

Khashoggi's murder in October 2018 triggered an international backlash against Saudi Arabia, with the US Congress blaming the crown prince for the killing, and the United Nations calling for an investigation into his role in the slaying.

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