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Iranian origin missiles were used to attack the Saudi refineries last year

NEW YORK, (BM) – The cruise missiles used to attack Saudi Aramco’s Saudi oil refineries turned out to be of Iranian origin. This is evidenced by the report of the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, to which BulgarianMilitary.com refers.

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The new analysis used fragments of missiles used in attacks on the Saudi airport of Abha, the Afive facilities and on the Abkaik and Khurais deposits. “The Secretariat believes that the cruise missiles and / or parts thereof used in the four attacks were of Iranian origin,” the UN report says.

It is noted that such conclusions were made based on the design of the shells and drones themselves, as well as inscriptions in Farsi.

The fire in the territory of the plant of the national oil company of Saudi Arabia Saudi Aramco occurred on September 14, 2019. According to official information, the fire began as a result of an attack by unmanned aerial vehicles. The responsibility for the attack was claimed by the Hussite Yemeni rebels. Riyadh himself has already claimed evidence of Iran’s guilt in the incident. However, no facts have been confirmed in the end.

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