Saudi Arabia 'could go nuclear' unless Iran talks lead to 'watertight' agreement warns ambassador
"Watertight" agreement. Although Obama may overlook loopholes and disregard ambiguous language, other nations will definitely not ignore such shortcomings.June 8, 2015
Saudi Arabia could attempt to obtain a nuclear weapon unless negotiations with Iran produce a "watertight" agreement over Tehran's nuclear ambitions, the Saudi ambassador to the UK has warned. Prince Mohammed bin Nawwaf bin Abdulaziz al-Saud said he hoped negotiations with Iran would lead to a "guarantee Iran will not pursue this kind of weapon", but that "if this does not happen, then all options will be on the table for Saudi Arabia".
Nuclear proliferation all across the volatile Middle East will almost certainly transpire unless the IAEA is allowed unfettered access to all declared and suspected nuclear facilities in Iran.