International condemnation over Houthi Attack on Abha International Airport

International condemnation over Houthi Attack on Abha International Airport

After the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen confirmed that the Iranian-backed Houthi group had attacked Abha airport in southwestern Saudi Arabia, resulting in 26 civilian casualties, Saudi Arabia has received a full international support from various countries that condemned the attack.

Spain condemns the attack

Spain condemns the attack on Abha airport, which has left more than twenty people injured. The Houthis have claimed responsibility for the attack.

In a statement, the Spanish government considers the attack to be a flagrant violation of sovereignty and makes an urgent call for the search for a political solution under the auspices of the United Nations to the conflict of Yemen.

England condemn the attack

England condemned the terrorist attack against Abha International Airport with a projectile launched by Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militias which resulted in injuring 26 people, including women and children, from different nationalities.

In a statement issued today, British Minister of Middle East Affairs Andrew Morrison expressed his country’s concern over the Houthi’s hostile behaviors targeting civilians.

He affirmed that such attacks are not absolutely acceptable, stressing the need for the parties to exercise restraint and commitment to the peace process in Yemen under the leadership of the United Nations.

Belgium shows support

Belgium also condemned the terrorist attack by the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia targeting Abha International Airport and injuring 26 people.

Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders expressed his solidarity with all victims of the terrorist attack by the Houthi militias, calling for respect for the international humanitarian law and the implementation of the Hodeidah agreement under the auspices of the United Nations in Yemen.

Indonesia calls for political solution

Indonesia Foreign Ministry affirmed that this attack is a flagrant violation of sovereignty, calling for searching a political solution under the auspices of the United Nations.

Arab League condemn the attack

The Arab League also strongly condemned the terrorist attack targeting Abha International Airport with a projectile launched by Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militias, which resulted in wounding 26 people, including women and children, from various nationalities.

In a statement issued today, Ambassador Mahmoud Afifi, spokesperson of the Arab League’s Secretary General Ahmad Aboul Gheit, affirmed that the Arab League expressed full solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in addressing these heinous acts, wishing the injured a speedy recovery.

He stressed Abu Al-Ghait’s denouncing any attempts to undermine the Kingdom’s security and stability, rejecting the Houthi attempts to further worsen the Yemeni crisis.

Palestine expresses firm stance by the kingdom

A number of Palestinian cultural organizations in Lebanon have condemned with the most powerful words Iran-backed Houthi terrorist militia’s attack against Abha international airport which resulted in wounding 26 people from different nationalities.

In a statement issued here today, the organizations expressed firm stance by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to face these attacks, calling on the world community to condemn these actions, stand firmly against them, and against those who are behind attempts to prevent them from achieving their malicious acts.