US President Donald Trump has opened his mouth at the attack on two refineries in Saudi Arabia's state oil company Aramco. He blamed Iran for the attack, which is why Tehran needs to be charged. He also threatened to retaliate in response to the attack. Earlier, a senior US administration official also made a statement blaming Iran for the attack on the Saudi oil field. The Iranian government has denied allegations of an attack on the Saudi oil refinery since its inception. Yemeni Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for the attack. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia's oil production has declined after the attack, which has had a huge impact on the world oil market. As a result, oil prices have risen by up to 5 percent on Monday, the highest in the last four months. President Trump has made a statement blaming Iran for the attack. In a tweet message on Sunday, Trump said Iran targeted Iran, saying there was enough reason to believe we knew who the real culprit was and that we were ready to give them a proper answer. However, we are only waiting for the Saudi government's statement on this. ” Earlier, a senior US official told reporters that they had enough evidence on the ground that Iran was behind the attack on the world's largest oilfield. However, the Yemeni Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for the attack. About this, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said no evidence has yet been found to believe the attack came from Yemen. The Saudi-led military alliance has been conducting airstrikes against Yemeni Houthi rebels for the past four years. Iran, on the other hand, is providing military assistance to the Houthis. As a result, the shadow war has been going on for years between the two countries, centered on the Houthis. However, the possibility of a direct conflict between the two countries over last Saturday's attack has increased, which Trump himself has threatened.