Saudi Arabia warned the United States through the 911 victims of the bill 魔界骑士イングリッド

The United States of Saudi Arabia through 911 victims to sue the bill sent a warning to the original title: Saudi Arabia respond to the United States 9· the 11 victim prosecution act ": the serious consequences caused by Beijing in September 30, according to foreign media reports, the Saudi Ministry of foreign affairs in the local time 29 issued a statement condemning the U.S. Congress by allowing the" 9? 11 "survivors and the relatives of the victims sued the Saudi government bill. Saudi side expressed great concern about the matter". Saudi foreign ministry said in a statement, the U.S. Congress passed this bill will give the world, including the United States itself has a negative impact. Saudi Arabia wants the United States Congress to correct the legislation, to avoid the possible consequences of serious and unexpected". But Saudi Arabia does not specify the consequences of the specific content. Local 28, the U.S. Congress voted overwhelmingly to overthrow Obama to allow the "9? 11" terrorist attack survivors and relatives of the victims sued the Saudi government bill veto. After 23 days, Obama to harm U.S. security interests, had previously been rejected the bill Congress by the. "9. 11" after the terrorist attacks, relatives of the victims insisted that Al Qaeda received funding from Saudi Arabia, the Saudi government must take responsibility for the attack. In addition, attacks in the 19 participating hijackers had 15 people allegedly for the saudis. "9. 11" survivors of the terrorist attacks and relatives of the victims in the United States Court sued the Saudi government and claims, the U.S. court dismissed the lawsuit on the grounds of Saudi Arabia’s sovereign immunity. Saudi side has also denied that the incident related. According to U.S. media reported in April this year, the Saudi foreign minister Jubail warned that if the United States Congress passed the relevant bill to allow "9? 11" relatives of the victims through the United States Court against the government of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia will be selling up to $750 billion of U. S. Treasuries and other dollar assets. Editor: Kang Yunkai相关的主题文章: