Arab Parliament warns of terrorist Houthi escalation against Saudi Arabia, UAE

Arab Parliament warns of terrorist Houthi escalation against Saudi Arabia, UAE

Arab Parliament warns of terrorist Houthi escalation against Saudi Arabia, UAE

RIYADH, 24th January, 2022 – The Arab Parliament has strongly condemned the terrorist Houthi militia’s launch of two ballistic missiles towards the UAE in the morning today, which were intercepted and destroyed successfully by the UAE Ministry of Defense, in addition to the brutal attack of the terrorist Houthi militia on Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, through launching a ballistic missile that fell over the industrial area.

In a statement, the Arab Parliament, warned against the dangerous escalation carried out by the terrorist Houthi militia against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, stressing that this escalation not only threatens the security and stability of these two countries, but also peace and security in the region, as well as undermines Arab and international peace and security.

The parliament expressed its full solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE in any measures they take to maintain their security and the safety of their citizens and residents, and their cooperation with them against any threat to their security and stability, describing the terrorist Houthi militia’s targeting of civilians and civil areas as “a flagrant challenge to the international community especially following the issuance of the UN Security Council and Arab League Council resolutions”.

The parliament also called for listing the Houthi group as a terrorist organisation, reiterating that these terrorist attacks of the Houthi militia reflect its terrorist nature and highlight its true goals in destabilising the region and violating international and international humanitarian laws.

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