Riyadh — Saudi Arabia and Kuwait renewed their call on Iran to delimitate the Eastern undersea Boundary of the Submerged Divided Zone. The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Wednesday.
The Saudi Foreign Affairs Ministry statement emphasized that Iran had not met previous calls to hold the negotiations.
The two Gulf countries reaffirmed their right to exploit the natural resources in the Durra. The natural gas field is located in this area, and they will continue working to enforce the agreement of March 21, 2022.
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KSA and Kuwait “had previously invited Iran to negotiate the delimitation of the eastern boundary of the submerged Divided Zone. But these calls were not met,” it said.
It explained the MOU signed by Kuwait and KSA would expedite the development of the Durra Oil Field; located in the Submerged Divided Zone.
In March 2022, the Saudi Energy Minister and the Kuwaiti Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Oil; agreed to begin work on exploiting the Durra field.
Kuwait and KSA affirm “their right to exploit the natural resources in this area.” And together will continue to work towards this objective, said the Ministry.