Yemen’s representative to UN lashes out at Houthis for attacking civilian objects and economic facilities in Saudi Arabia

New York, Yemen's representative to the United Nations Ambassador Abdullah Al-Saadi, condemned the brutal attacks carried out by the terrorist Houthi militia against civilians, civilian objects and economic facilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, of...

New York, Yemen's representative to the United Nations Ambassador Abdullah Al-Saadi, condemned the brutal attacks carried out by the terrorist Houthi militia against civilians, civilian objects and economic facilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, official Yemen's state-run News Agency (SABA) reported today.

In a speech before the Security Council session yesterday, Ambassador Al-Saadi said that these attacks target, in a systematic and deliberate manner, energy sources, the backbone of the global economy, the security and stability of oil supplies, and freedom of navigation and global trade.

He considered the Iranian-backed militia attacks on civilians, civilian objects and economic facilities in the Kingdom as a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law.

Al-Saadi said that these attacks confirm the Houthi militia’s rejection of all political efforts to end the crisis, citing the recently- announced initiative by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in this regard. The Houthi practice also verifies the continuation of the Iranian guardianship over the political and military decision of these militias, in a way designed to achieve its subversive agenda, spread chaos and undermine security and stability in the region.

Yemen’s representative to the United Nations called on the international community to shoulder its responsibilities, put an end to the irresponsible behavior of the rebel militia, and take all necessary measures to preserve the security and stability of the region and the world at large.

Source: Saudi Press Agency