The Saudi Council of Ministers condemns Terrorist Attack on Abha International Airport

The Saudi Council of Ministers condemns Terrorist Attack on Abha International Airport

Jeddah—The Saudi Council of Ministers condemned the terrorist attack on Abha International Airport at dawn on Tuesday, injuring 9 civilians.

The Council of ministers warned of the gravity of the attack carried out by the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias to constitute a continuation of terrorist acts and war crimes targeting civilians and civilian installation.

The Council of ministers expressed his hope for the speedy recovery of the injured, stressing the assurances of the Command of the Joint Forces of the Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen on the accountability of terrorist elements responsible for planning and implementation in accordance with the international law.

The Saudi Council of Ministers also denounced the terrorist attack on an ambush in Al-Arish, Egypt, the bombings of Tunisia, and the incident of the Embassy of Bahrain in Baghdad.

The Council of Ministers expressed that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia strongly condemned the terrorist attack taken place in the city of El-Arish in the north of Sinai in Egypt and the terrorist bombings in Tunisia.

The Council of Ministers expressed his condolences to the families of the victims and to the governments and people of Egypt and Tunisia and his hope for the speedy recovery of the injured. Stressing at the same time the Kingdom’s stand and solidarity with the two brotherly countries against all manifestations of violence, terrorism, and extremism.

The Council of Ministers also expressed the Kingdom’s deep condemnation of the unfortunate events of the Bahraini Embassy in Baghdad, noting the position of the Iraqi government and the measures taken to provide the necessary protection to ensure the safety of the Bahraini mission. The Council also renewed the kingdom’s stand on the side of the two brotherly countries in all that would enhance security and stability in the region.