By Chiana McLatchie

VIENNA- An interview today with the Security Council ambassador of Saudi Arabia revealed concerns regarding the work of the Security Council in establishing an opinion about military intervention in Iraq.

Saudi Arabia is now calling for countries to unite alongside the U.S coalition against ISIS forces in Iraq. Fears are arising as the possibility of ISIS endangering and inevitably controlling the entire Middle East are increasing, forcing Saudi Arabia to push military action.

“Our government is ready to let oil prices go up, which is absolutely not okay for our policy and for Saudi Arabia in general,” says Saudi Arabia’s Security Council ambassador.

Saudi Arabia remains eager to cooperate with forces in Iraq, the U.S coalition and other countries such as Russia, China and Brazil.