Is Saudi Iranian tension affect the peace talks on Syria?

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 6 January, 2016
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ElDorar AlShamia:

Recent tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran shed its shadow over the upcoming peace talks on resolving the Syrian crisis.
Observers believe that the dispute between Saudi Arabia and Iran threatens to undermine international efforts to reach a peace agreement ending the Syrian ongoing war and continuing for about five years, as the two countries are the two regional faces of the dispute on Syria.
Tehran has confirmed that the dispute with Riyadh will affect the political process in Syria In breaking news reported by Reuters news agency said today” The Saudi Iranian dispute will affect the peace talks on Syria." "Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian said.

On the other hand,Saudi Arabia does not want to stumble settlement progress of the Syrian crisis affected by escalation in relations witnessed with Iran, the Saudi Press Agency  quoted the Saudi foreign minister, Adel al-Jubeir saying yesterday that “regional tensions will not affect the talks aimed at ending the conflict in Syria.
The agency attributed to al-Jubeir as saying after talks with the UN Special Envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, “the recent tensions that have affected the region negatively will not affect what was agreed upon in Vienna or on the track of political solution, which the United Nations operates alongside the international support group to achieve in Geneva soon.

Saudi Ambassador to the United Nations Abdullah al-Mualem also announced that the crisis with Iran "will not have an impact" on the peace efforts in Syria and Yemen, stressing that Riyadh "will not cross" the coming peace talks on Syria. "
And so there is an international effort to contain the situation between Riyadh and Tehran In this regard, the US State Department: Foreign Minister John Kerry spoke repeatedly with Saudi and Iranian officials where stressed the importance of moving forward in order to reach a peace about Syria agreement.

"The -tops of the concerns list of Kerry also does not allow to stall or decline the Vienna process" John Kirby, US State Department spokesman added in reference to the talks in the Austrian capital which Saudi and Iranian officials have participated in an attempt to end the Syrian war.
For its part, quoted by the Reuters news agency from the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier telling the Bild newspaper as saying: "I hope that the tension soon ends and dominated the mind and Riyadh with Tehran to focus on what is already important it is to defuse the armed conflict and to seek a political solution in Syria, Yemen and elsewhere." .
It is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia severed diplomatic relations with Iran on Sunday after the attack on the Saudi Embassy in Tehran.