Saudi oil giant Aramco said it had resumed operations at its Bahrain pipeline, days after it was shut down over a fire which Manama called a "terrorist" act (AFP Photo/HASSAN AMMAR) Saudi oil giant Aramco said it had resumed operations at its Bahrain pipeline, days after it was shut down over a fire which Manama called a "terrorist" act (AFP Photo/HASSAN AMMAR)

China condemns attacks on Saudi oil facilities

By: MENA
Tue, Sep. 17, 2019
BEIJING, Sept 17 (MENA) - China on Tuesday condemned an attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities.

Speaking in Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a daily news briefing “China condemns this attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities and opposes any attacks on civilians or civilian facilities,” she told a daily news briefing.

Hua also called on the “relevant parties to avoid taking actions that bring about an escalation in regional tensions”.

Saudi Arabia is China’s top oil supplier.

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman visited Beijing in 2017, and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman came to China this year.
 
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