Speakers of Arab parliaments condemn Houthi terrorist attacks on civilian areas and vital installations in Saudi Arabia and the UAE

The heads of Arab parliaments participating in the Fourth Conference of the Arab Parliament and the heads of Arab councils and parliaments, which was held at the headquarters of the League of Arab States in Cairo, condemned in the strongest and strongest terms the heinous terrorist Houthi attacks on civilians, civilian areas and vital installations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, with drones and missiles. Which is a flagrant violation of the rules of international humanitarian law and the Charter of the United Nations and all ethical and international standards.

They emphasized that these terrorist attacks pose a threat to regional peace and security, undermine Arab national security, harm international peace and security, and threaten international commercial shipping lanes, energy supplies, and global economic stability.

They declared their full solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the government and people of the United Arab Emirates against these terrorist attacks, standing with them in one line against every threat to their security and stability, and supporting them in all the measures they take to preserve their security, the safety of their citizens and residents on their lands, and their national interests and capabilities.

They valued the keenness of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to exercise restraint, not escalate, adhere to international law and respect relevant international and humanitarian resolutions and covenants.

They stressed that the security of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the security of the United Arab Emirates are indivisible, and that any threat or danger facing the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE is considered a threat to the Arab and international national security system.

They called on all parliaments and countries of the world to classify the Houthi group as a terrorist organization after the heinous attacks on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, in addition to its violations and attacks against Yemeni civilians, and its threat to maritime navigation and international peace and security.

They stressed that the intransigence of the Houthi terrorist group and its continuity in this hostile and subversive approach and extremist terrorist ideology will only lead to more spreading destruction, chaos and killing in the region, spreading hatred, hatred and violence among the people of the same country, and thwarting all regional and international efforts and endeavors aimed at sparing the blood of the brotherly people of Yemen.

They commended the unified position expressed by the United Nations Security Council, and the solidarity of Arab, regional and international states and organizations with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and their condemnation of the terrorist attacks committed by the Houthi militia against civilian areas and facilities as a cowardly and sinful terrorist attack.

They valued the efforts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to achieve security, peace and stability in Yemen, and their support for Yemen and its brotherly people at various development and humanitarian levels, which made them at the forefront of donor countries to brotherly Yemen.

The delegation of the UAE Parliamentary Division participated in the conference with a delegation headed by Hamad Ahmed Al Rahoumi, First Deputy Speaker of the Federal National Council, and members of the Arab Parliament Group: Mohammed Ahmed Al Yamahi, head of the group, Na’ema Abdullah Al Sharhan, second deputy speaker of the Council, Vice President of the group, Ahmed Hamad Boushehab and Shatha Saeed Al-Naqbi, members of the Council.

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