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UAE strongly denounces Houthi attack on Saudi Airport

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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has powerfully condemned and denounced the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia’s terrorist and cowardly attack on the Abha Airport in Saudi Arabia that caused a fire in a civilian aircraft.

In an official statement passed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) on Wednesday. The UAE considered the onslaught a grave escalation and cowardly act. That poses a menacing threat to the safety and security of the residents and also travellers as well .

The officials added “The attack is tantamount to a war crime that entails taking all important measures to protect civilian objects from the threats of the Houthis”.

The emirates has renewed its full solidarity with the Kingdom over these subversive terrorist attacks and reiterated its stance against all threats to the Kingdom’s safety, stability, and the security of its civilians and residents.

The official statement stressed that “the security of the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are indivisible. And that any threat facing the Kingdom is consider by the Emirates a threat to its security and stability also”.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation also confirmed that the UAE considers this attack. “A new evidence of these terrorist militia’s attempts to undermine the security and stability in the region. And their rejection and obstruction of the peace efforts establish to resolve the crisis of yemen.

Jen Psaki spokeperson of White House said on Wednesday that the United States condemned an attack on a Saudi airport. And will also continue diplomatic outreach to stop the conflict in Yemen.

The GCC Secretary General Dr. Nayef Al Hajraf mentions that the craven attack, which was perpetrated by the Houthi militias represents a war crime against residents. Calling for the terrorists to accountable in line and also with the worldwide humanitarian law.

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