"Devil's triangle" says Prince Salman for Turkiye, Qatar, and Iran
Visiting Egypt, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman used "devil's triangle" expressions for Turkiye, Qatar, and Iran.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, said "devil's triangle" for Turkiye, Qatar, and Iran in his first overseas trip in Egypt.
After the official meet with the putschist Sisi, Salman visited a Coptic church. At the statement after the church visit, Salman used "devil's triangle" in his statements to the journalists here.
Prince Salman claimed that some countries follow policies that could threaten the security of the Arabs, and he accused Iran of spreading sectarian politics.
"I do not occupy myself with it. The one handling the matter has a post less than a minister’s. Any minister can resolve that crisis," a journalist quoted the Crown Prince in her interview to the Arab CBC channel.
According to the journalist, Prince also said that Turkiye and its President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan are trying to build a new "Ottoman caliphate," while Iran is attempting to “export revolutions” in the region.