In his annual speech to the Shura Council, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, sent several strong messages to the world, headed by the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in which the Saudi monarch to ensure that those responsible for any crime must be punished. His country guarantees justice in a tacit reference to the 21 defendants announced by the Saudi Attorney General. He praised the Saudi monarch on behalf of the public and judiciary in his country for performing their duties in the service of justice.
The other important message to King Salman's speech, in which he called on the international community to make a decisive stand on ways to end Iran's nuclear program and its ballistic missile program. King Salman called on the international community to put an end to Tehran's nuclear program, saying its activities threaten security and stability in the region.
The Saudi monarch stressed that his country will continue to address extremism and terrorism and to play its leading role in the region, accusing the Iranian regime of interfering in the affairs of other countries and sponsoring terrorism and creating chaos and devastation. He pointed out that the stability of oil markets among the priorities of his country next year.