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Washington uncovers the circumstances of targeting the Fujairah port

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The UAE regime continued to remain silent about the circumstances of the targeting the Fujairah port a few days ago, while the US administration uncovered the information in a shameful precedent for Abu Dhabi, the country that the attack undermines its sovereignty.

John Bolton, the US national security adviser, said attacks on oil tankers off the coast of the UAE earlier this month were carried out using “naval mines almost certainly from Iran.”

Bolton added that the United States is trying to be wiser in responding to the activities of Iran and its proxies in the region.

Four ships (two Saudi oil tankers, one Norwegian oil tanker, and one UAE cargo ship) were damaged in the attack of the emirate of Fujairah coast near the Strait of Hormuz this month, according to Abu Dhabi.

“It’s clear that Iran is behind the Fujairah attack,” Bolton said. “Who else would you think would be doing it? Someone from Nepal?”

Bolton said he would meet with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and his UAE counterpart Sheikh Tahnoon bin Zayed Al Nahyan to discuss bilateral relations and tension in the region.

The UAE, which has not to accuse anyone of being behind the incident, is investigating the attack along with Saudi Arabia, Norway, France, and the United States.

The rare incident occurred in the UAE waters in an atmosphere of high tension in the region because of the dispute between Iran and the United States after tightening US oil sanctions against Tehran.

The region has been strained by military threats since US sanctions on Iran’s oil sector were tightened in early May.

On Thursday, Mecca hosts two Arab and Gulf summits to discuss these developments, and a summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on Friday.

Analysts in the United States view Bolton as a “warmonger” in the administration of President Donald Trump.

Bolton, known for his neoconservatives, sent a “clear and unequivocal warning to the Iranian regime” on May 5, announcing the dispatch of an aircraft carrier to the Gulf region in response to “Iranian threats.”

Trump announced on Friday that he had ordered an additional 1,500 troops to the Middle East.

But the US president later spoke from Tokyo about the possibility of talks with Iran during a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who is considering, according to media, the possibility of a visit to Tehran.

But the US president later spoke from Tokyo about the possibility of talks with Iran during a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who is considering, according to media, the possibility of a visit to Tehran.

Trump expressed his belief that Iran has the desire for dialogue, and if they want dialogue, the US is also willing to, stressing that “no one wants to see terrible things happen.”

The US president stressed that his country isn’t “looking for regime change” in Iran, adding: “I know so many people from Iran. These are great people, Iran has a chance to be a great country with the same leadership.”