The Joint Forces Command of the Coalition: The Houthis’ hostilities are a threat to regional and international security
Yesterday, the official spokesman for the coalition forces, Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki, confirmed that the hostile attacks of the terrorist Houthi militia today, deliberately targeting civilians and civilian objects, as well as economic facilities in both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates represent war crimes whose perpetrators must be held accountable, and they sound an alarm bell. This terrorist militia threatens regional and international security.
In a press statement reported by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Brigadier General Al-Maliki said that the sinister hostile attack on the sisterly United Arab Emirates by targeting two economic facilities is a cowardly hostile act, which represents a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and its customary rules.
He added that this escalation and hostile behavior of the terrorist Houthi militia confirms the threat of this terrorist militia and its undermining of regional and international security, and that these attacks are an extension of the threat to the freedom of maritime navigation and global trade in the Bab al-Mandab strait and the southern Red Sea, the development of its hostile operations to maritime piracy operations and the threat to the safety of airspace regionally.
He stressed that the leadership of the joint forces of the coalition will take the necessary and necessary operational measures to deter these hostile behaviors of the Houthi militia against civilians, civilian objects and economic installations in the Kingdom and the UAE in response to the threat and to achieve the principle of military necessity to protect civilians and civilian objects within the role and tasks of the leadership of the joint forces of the coalition and its contributions to maintaining regional and international security for Yemen and the region. It achieves collective security for the interests of the international community.
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