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The Congress of the United States held the voting, associated implementation of a law that allows families of nearly 3,000 incident of 9/11 victims Sue Saudi Arabia.

However, by doing the voting Congress considered override a veto by President Barack Obama, who said it would make a ' dangerous ' example.

As quoted from the BBC, Friday (30/9/2016), 15 of the 19 hijackers were citizens of Saudi Arabia. But it does not mean that the oil-rich country was directly involved in the attack.

"Annihilation of sovereign freedom will cause a negative impact on all countries, including the U.S.," said Secretary of State Saudi Arabia in a statement.

"Saudi Arabia is very worried that demands for punishment by the families of the victims of 9/11 in the United States to the Kingdom for crimes that we do not create," continued the statement.
Meanwhile, Obama said that by enacting the law, the U.S. can make is in a difficult position.

"The victims are entitled to compensation, we therefore establish fundraiser compensation. But by demanding Saudi Arabia, it will affect the long term cooperation relationship with us, "said Obama offered from CNN

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Obama mentioned the policy of Congress to do the voting it was a ' mistake '.

"I understand why it happened. Certainly we all still feel traumatized 9/11. No one fought harder in addition to those who survived a brutal assault in post it, "said Obama.

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