Saudi says trusts arrival of ’28 pages’ clears up 9/11 suspicions

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia invited on Friday the arrival of characterized pages of the official report on the Sept. 11 assaults, and trusted their discharge would clear up suspicions about Riyadh’s activities, goals or long haul fellowship with the United States.

“Since 2002, the 9/11 Commission and a few government offices, including the CIA and the FBI, have researched the substance of the ’28 Pages’ and have affirmed that neither the Saudi government, nor senior Saudi authorities, nor any individual following up in the interest of the Saudi government gave any backing or support to these assaults,” Saudi Arabia’s diplomat to the United States, Abdullah al-Saud, said in an announcement.

“We trust the arrival of these pages will clear up, for the last time, any waiting inquiries or suspicions about Saudi Arabia’s activities, expectations, or long haul fellowship with the United States.”

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