Gulf countries United Arab Emirates, Bahrain have strongly denounced the sabotage terrorist attack by using explosive-laden drones and targeted two pumping stations for the pipeline in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation affirmed in a statement the full solidarity of the UAE with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its stand with Riyadh against any threat to the security and stability of the Kingdom and its support of all measures being taken by the Kingdom against extremism and terrorism.
The statement quoted by WAM added that the security of the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is an integral part and that any threat facing the Kingdom is considered by the UAE as a threat to its security and stability.
Bahrain shows support to the kingdom
Moreover, Bahrain Foreign Affairs Ministry said that this cowardly terrorist act targets the security and stability of Saudi Arabia and the region, and also threatens the safety of the world’s energy supply.
The ministry commended Saudi efforts in dealing with this heinous act, stressing the position of Bahrain in supporting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia against those threatening its security or harming its interests and the stability of its people.
The ministry also stressed the need for the international community to combat all groups and terrorist organizations, and all parties and states supporting it that seek to provoke tension, violence and chaos in the region, and deter them in order to maintain security and regional and international peace.
A limited air strike on Aramco’s two oil pumping stations in the provinces of Dawadmi and Afif in Riyadh and Saudi Arabia announces that its vital installations are targeted.
Saudi Aramco’s two oil pumping stations in the provinces of Dawadmi and Afif in Riyadh have been targeted by a terrorist attack, the security spokesman for the Presidency of State Security announced on Tuesday.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, the incident occurred between six and six and a half on Tuesday morning, adding that “there was a limited targeting of Aramco’s two oil pumping stations in the provinces of Dawadmi and Afif in Riyadh.”