Saudi Arabian state news agency, SPA, quoted the Kingdom’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday, as saying that the attack on Saudi’s oil infrastructure posed a “real test of the global will” to confront subversive acts that threaten international stability.
He said this during a telephonic conversation with the South Korean President Moon Jae-in. President Moon has urged the global community to “take a firm stand and resolute action” towards such assaults.
Meanwhile, French President Macron said earlier today that France will send experts to investigate attack on Saudi oil facilities.
- Saudi FinMin: Aramco's announcement on restoring production proves it can swiftly deal with any crisis
- Saudis to report the evidence of Iran's involvement in the Aramco attacks - (Presser Wed,1430 GMT).
Amid broad market risk-aversion, oil prices are seen stabilizing after Tuesday’s sharp 6% correction, as markets await the Saudi Defence Ministry’s presser.
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