Gulf News | The Shura Ministry condemns the terrorist Houthi...

The Foreign Affairs, Defense and National Security Committee of the Shura Council condemned the repeated attempts of the Iranian-backed Houthi militias to carry out terrorist attacks aimed at destabilizing security and stability in the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the region, the last of which was the launch of a drone (booby trapped) towards the city of Najran, the launch of an explosive boat and remotely piloted. South of the Red Sea, affirming its condemnation, denunciation and condemnation of these hostilities, which reflect a clear determination of terrorist militias to destabilize security and stability in the region, and endanger the lives of safe civilians and international shipping lines.
The committee affirmed its support for the position of the Kingdom of Bahrain in support and support of the brotherly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its full solidarity with it against anyone who tries to undermine its security and stability. Everyone who supports it or contributes to its financing.
The committee indicated that prejudice to the security and stability of the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a direct threat to the countries of the region, and is intended to undermine and disrupt the joint efforts aimed at achieving stability and proceeding with development processes, and the concern that the sister kingdom attaches to the progress and development of states and their societies.

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