Arab Interior Ministers Council Condemns Houthi Terrorist Attacks on the Kingdom and the UAE

Monday 1443/6/21 - 2022/01/24
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Tunisia, January 24, 2022, SPA -- The General Secretariat of the Council of Arab Interior Ministers condemned today the terrorist attacks of the Houthi militia targeting civilian facilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates with ballistic missiles and drones.
In a statement issued today, the Council said that it had received with great denunciation the news of the terrorist attacks through which the Houthi militia attempted to target civilian sites in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE with ballistic missiles and drones in cowardly aggression that deliberately targets the lives of innocents, which constitutes a war crime that requires accountability, and a flagrant violation of international law and regional peace and security.
The Council stressed that these terrorist attacks by the Houthis militia, its blatant defiance of the international community, and its rejection of all endeavors and initiatives aimed at bringing peace to Yemen, reflect the continued aggressive approach of this militia and its goals aimed at threatening security, stability, and peace in the Arab region
The statement continued: The General Secretariat of the Council - while firmly and forcefully condemning these terrorist attacks - reiterates its full solidarity with Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and its absolute support for all the measures they take to defend their security, protect their lands, and facilities, and preserve the safety of their citizens and residents.
The Secretariat commended the vigilance and efficiency of the Saudi and Emirati air defense forces and the Coalition Forces to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen in thwarting all attacks.
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