The UN security Council condemned the attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, June 13.
This was stated by the representative of the presiding now in Kuwait the UN Mansour Ayyad al-Otaibi, reports DW.
According to al-Otaibi, all members of the Security Council condemned the incident and urged to thoroughly investigate it, but the official decisions on this account was not accepted.
Al-Otaibi noted that the American side has not provided the UN security Council evidence of Iranian involvement in the incident with the alleged attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
“We did not discuss any evidence,” – said the representative of Kuwait.
In turn, the U.S. permanent representative to the UN Jonathan Cohen reiterated Washington’s position, according to which the responsibility for the attack on tankers carries Iran.
“Any group in the region has neither the resources nor the capacity to act with such precision. But Iran has weapons, expert data and information from intelligence agencies to do it,” said Cohen.
We recall that on 13 June two tankers were attacked in the Gulf of Oman off the coast of Iran. Media reported that the explosions suffered Front Altair Norwegian Frontline and Kokuka Courageous Japanese shipping firms Kokuka Sangyo. The reasons of explosions are called torpedo attack and undermine mine.