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Saudi Arabia condemns terrorist Houthi militia's repeated attacks on civilian objects in Kingdom and UAE


(MENAFN- Emirates News Agency (WAM))

RIYADH, 24th January, 2022 (WAM) -- The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has condemned the repeated attacks by the terrorist Houthi militia on civilian objects and vital installations in the south of the Kingdom and Abu Dhabi, most recently targeting the city of Dhahran Al-Janub and the industrial zone in the southwestern Jazan that resulted in two minor injuries to residents of Bangladeshi and Sudanese nationalities.

The Kingdom affirmed its position on condemning and rejecting all aggressive and terrorist attacks of the Houthi militia on the Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, and the international shipping lanes in the Red Sea, which are carried out by the terrorist forces that caused destruction in brotherly Yemen, killing the Yemeni people and continuing to spread their terrorist acts to destabilise the security and stability of the region.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia also warned that the insistence of the Houthi terrorist militia on repeating its attacks is a challenge to the international community and a clear violation of international humanitarian law, and confirms the seriousness of the militia's violent acts that threaten the security and stability of the region.

The Kingdom also stressed the urgent need for the international community, especially the UN Security Council, to put an end to this aggressive behaviour to maintain international peace and security.

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