On Wednesday, Iran has sent a diplomatic note to the United States, refusing any role in drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil installations and warned that it would reply to any action, reported source.
The formal memo was sent on September 16 through the Swiss Embassy, which represents the interests of the United States in Tehran, “emphasized that Iran has not played any role in this attack,” said the official sources.
It continued that Iran has “denies and condemns claims” by the United States President Donald Trump and the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that it was responsible for the drone attacks.
The IRNA said that “it was also emphasized that if any actions are taken against Iran, that action will face an immediate response from Iran and its scope will not be limited to just a threat.”
On Monday, the message was delivered, it was reported, after President Trump has said that Iran was likely to have been behind the attacks on its regional arch-rival Saudi Arabia.
September 14’s drone attacks on Saudi Arabian energy giant Aramco’s Abqaiq processing plant and Khurais oil field divided the oil output of the Kingdom.
The United States interests in Iran are represented by the Swiss Embassy as the two nations haven’t had diplomatic relations since 1980.