Arab League condemns Houthi terrorist attacks on Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, condemned in the strongest terms the terrorist attack carried out by the terrorist Houthi militia in the early hours of today, with a ballistic missile and 9 drones, on economic and civilian facilities in several regions in southern Saudi Arabia.

Abul-Gheit said - in a statement distributed by the Arab League - that the continuation of this terrorist group in carrying out these hostile acts against vital targets in Saudi Arabia reflects once again the Houthi militia's rejection of peace efforts, and is a flagrant violation of Security Council resolutions 2216 and 2624.

The Secretary-General expressed his deep concern about the consequences of the continuation of these transnational Houthi hostilities without quick and decisive action by the international community to put an end to this destructive escalation and to undermine the terrorism of this group and those behind it with the aim of destabilizing the region, reiterating the Arab League’s support for Saudi Arabia in every What measures it takes to confront these terrorist acts, maintain their stability and maintain their security.

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