The Kremlin's comments come following statements by the European Union and the UK condemning the Houthi drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities which took place Saturday.
Houthi drone attacks on two major Saudi Aramco facilities, including the largest crude stabilization plant in the world, has sparked concerns over the attacks’ impact on global oil prices, with the oil-rich country confirming that about half of its production, accounting for about 6 percent of the world’s total, had been affected by the strikes.
Britain’s all-in-favour-of-Brexit prime minister, Boris Johnson, has used a pop culture reference to explain his way of handling the kingdom’s departure from the European Union. Plenty of reaction soon followed.
Early in September Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan pledged that his country would not initiate any military conflict with India, while warning of the risk to the world of nuclear war breaking out between the South Asian neighbours as tensions spiraled over the disputed region of Kashmir.
The statement comes as US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday blamed Iran for recent drone attacks on Saudi Aramco's oil fields, urging the international community "to publicly and unequivocally condemn Iran’s attacks".
St Paul - one of the central figures in Christianity – is believed to have been shipwrecked off Malta while en route to Rome, as described in the Acts of the Apostles.
The match with Wallin was the 29th victory for Tyson Fury who has had 30 bouts in his professional boxing career with only one draw among them: against Deontay Wilder last December.
Washington kicked Turkey out of Lockheed’s F-35 programme this past summer, after Ankara began accepting delivery of its Russian-made S-400 air defence systems, which the Pentagon claimed might compromise the F-35’s security.