UAE Condemns Houthi Militia's Attempts to Target Saudi Arabia with 2 Bomb-Laden UAVs
(MENAFN - Saudi Press Agency)
Abu Dhabi, March 28, 2021, SPA -- The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has strongly condemned and denounced Iran-backed terrorist Houthi militia's attempts to deliberately and systematically target civilians and civilian facilities in the Southern Region of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, through two bomb-laden UAVs, which were intercepted by Coalition forces.
The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, in a statement issued today, confirmed that the continuation of these terrorist attacks by the Houthi militia reflects its blatant challenge to the international community and its disregard for all international laws and norms.
The Ministry urged the international community to take an immediate and decisive stand to stop these repeated acts targeting vital and civilian installations and the security and stability of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the global energy supplies. It reiterated that the continuation of these attacks recently is a dangerous escalation and new evidence of this militia's endeavor to undermine security and stability in the region.
The Ministry renewed the UAE's full solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia regarding these terrorist attacks, standing in one line with Saudi Arabia against every threat to its security and stability, and supporting it in all measures it takes to preserve its security and the safety of its citizens and residents.
The statement emphasized that the security of the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is indivisible, and that any threat or danger facing Saudi Arabia is considered a threat to the UAE's security and stability.
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