Saudi Foreign Minister condemns all saying that the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman be removed as the rightful heir to the throne, he calls it “outrageous“
In a series of interview that was held with Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, Aljazeera reported that while the foreign minister was asked about a Reuters news agency report this week that quoted Saudi sources saying a move was in play to prevent Prince Mohammed from ascending the throne after his father, King Salman, who is 82.
The foreign minister replied, “These are outrageous comments that have been made and are totally unacceptable. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is committed to its leadership,”
“These are outrageous comments that have been made and are totally unacceptable. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is committed to its leadership,”
“We will not tolerate any discussion of anything that is disparaging towards our monarch or our crown prince,”
He also added that Journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder was an “unfortunate accident” and any discussion that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was responsible and may not take the throne is “outrageous”