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PARIS (Reuters) - France will not rush into commenting on who was behind an attack on Saudi oil installations, a foreign ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - The U.S. Secretary of State will meet with Saudi Arabia's crown prince in Jeddah on Wednesday to discuss the attack on Aramco installations and coordinate efforts against "Iranian aggression", the U.S. Mission to the United Arab Emirates said.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed weekend attacks on Saudi Aramco's oil infrastructure by phone with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday, the Kremlin said.
LONDON (Reuters) - The head of Russia's Direct Investment Fund on Wednesday praised Saudi Aramco's quick recovery of oil production after attacks on its facilities, and said Russian companies had offered to help fix the damage.
(Reuters) - Iran dismissed U.S. accusations over weekend attacks of Saudi Arabia's oil sites as a distraction from the realities in the Middle East, Iran's Students News Agency ISNA quoted Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif as saying on Wednesday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran wants to reduce tensions in the Middle East after attacks on oil sites in Saudi Arabia, but any aggression will meet a crushing response, a senior security official was quoted as saying on Wednesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Consumer stocks topped the losers' list on Wednesday as investors stayed cautious due to the lack of convincing catalysts while the FBM KLCI closed below the key 1,600.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman asked South Korea on Wednesday to help strengthen the country's air defence system after attacks on two oil plants, Seoul's presidential office said.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's oil minister said on Wednesday attacks on Saudi oil installations at the weekend will have a "short-term" impact, but they will affect crude prices, the semi-official news agency ISNA reported.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's retaliation to any military attack will not be "limited to its source," Tehran said in an official note to Washington, Iran's semi-official ISNA news agency reported on Wednesday.