Saudi Arabia's leadership is not counting on an improvement in the country's relations with Iran, and estimates that Tehran will violate the agreement between them at the first opportunity, senior officials in Riyadh told Israel Hayom.

According to the officials, the view that the tightening of relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran has put a stopper on the possibility of future progress towards normalization with Israel, is not true.

Saudi sources said that Riyadh still sees Iran as an enemy, and the agreement with it will not change the foundations of that relationship.

"We have no doubts regarding the Iranians," they said. "It is hard to believe that the agreement will hold water. We need to see it as it is, without far-reaching analyses. Iran has not turned into an innocent sheep or the twin sister of Saudi Arabia. The regime in Tehran is still hostile towards Saudi Arabia, it aspires to take over Mecca and Medina, and to impose Shiite hegemony in the Gulf and in the Middle East."... Read More: Arutz-7