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Kirby assured that America will not stand idly by while the Houthis attack the kingdom

The spokesman for the US Department of Defense, John Kirby, confirmed that Saudi Arabia is a pillar in the regional security structure, and that it is a partner in combating terrorism and confronting Iranian destabilizing behavior, in response to a question by Al Arabiya TV about Houthi attacks on Saudi civilians and increasing US support for Saudi Arabia .

In detail, Kirby said, “In light of the common threat that we face, the US Department of Defense will continue to work with partners and distribute the burdens in the region,” adding: “We are committed to helping the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia protect its lands in the face of the escalating and serious danger,” according to Al-Arabiya Net.

“There is no change in our policy in this sense, but I will not talk about sending more troops and equipment there,” he added.

Kirby considered that the Saudi borders are under threat, that the policy of the United States has not changed, and that the United States always reviews its capabilities against challenges around the world and adjusts according to what is necessary, and we do not talk about capabilities and review them, but we always talk to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia about them.

And the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken: He has stressed that the United States will not stand idly by while the Houthis attack Saudi Arabia.

The US Secretary of State tweeted on his Twitter account: “Saudi Arabia is an important security partner,” stressing the US administration’s position on reaching a political settlement to the conflict in Yemen.

Blinken said that he discussed with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan, in a phone call, joint efforts to strengthen Saudi defenses in the face of the attacks against the Kingdom, hours after the attack on Abha airport in the southwest of the Kingdom.

Earlier, the US State Department spokesman, Ned Price, announced that Blinken had spoken to Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan after the Houthi terrorist attack on Abha airport.

He added to reporters that the United States has repeated its assurances that it intends to help Saudi Arabia boost its defense capabilities.

“The leaders of the Houthis would be wrong if they thought that this administration would relieve the pressure. They would be under great pressure,” he said, noting that the United States would make more statements in the coming days regarding the attack launched by the Houthis with drones.

Later, the US State Department announced that Blinken discussed with his Saudi counterpart joint efforts to strengthen Saudi defenses.

In an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, the US State Department confirmed that it “will continue to pressure the Houthis because of their heinous actions,” and indicated that the focus of President Joe Biden’s administration “will be diplomacy to end the war in Yemen.”

She said, “We seek a negotiated settlement that ends the war and the suffering of the Yemenis.” The Biden administration supports (the UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths) and wishes to work with him.

And the US President, Joe Biden, confirmed later on Wednesday that his administration would not hesitate to use force to protect the United States and its allies.

On Wednesday, the US State Department confirmed its stand with Saudi Arabia, hours after the Houthi attack targeted Abha International Airport with a car bomb.
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The spokesman for the US Department of Defense, John Kirby, confirmed that Saudi Arabia is a pillar in the regional security structure, and that it is a partner in combating terrorism and confronting Iranian destabilizing behavior, in response to a question by Al Arabiya TV about Houthi attacks on Saudi civilians and increasing US support for Saudi Arabia .

In detail, Kirby said, “In light of the common threat that we face, the US Department of Defense will continue to work with partners and distribute the burdens in the region,” adding: “We are committed to helping the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia protect its lands in the face of the escalating and serious danger,” according to Al-Arabiya Net.

“There is no change in our policy in this sense, but I will not talk about sending more troops and equipment there,” he added.

Kirby considered that the Saudi borders are under threat, that the policy of the United States has not changed, and that the United States always reviews its capabilities against challenges around the world and adjusts according to what is necessary, and we do not talk about capabilities and review them, but we always talk to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia about them.

And the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken: He has stressed that the United States will not stand idly by while the Houthis attack Saudi Arabia.

The US Secretary of State tweeted on his Twitter account: “Saudi Arabia is an important security partner,” stressing the US administration’s position on reaching a political settlement to the conflict in Yemen.

Blinken said that he discussed with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan, in a phone call, joint efforts to strengthen Saudi defenses in the face of the attacks against the Kingdom, hours after the attack on Abha airport in the southwest of the Kingdom.

Earlier, the US State Department spokesman, Ned Price, announced that Blinken had spoken to Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan after the Houthi terrorist attack on Abha airport.

He added to reporters that the United States has repeated its assurances that it intends to help Saudi Arabia boost its defense capabilities.

“The leaders of the Houthis would be wrong if they thought that this administration would relieve the pressure. They would be under great pressure,” he said, noting that the United States would make more statements in the coming days regarding the attack launched by the Houthis with drones.

Later, the US State Department announced that Blinken discussed with his Saudi counterpart joint efforts to strengthen Saudi defenses.

In an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, the US State Department confirmed that it “will continue to pressure the Houthis because of their heinous actions,” and indicated that the focus of President Joe Biden’s administration “will be diplomacy to end the war in Yemen.”

She said, “We seek a negotiated settlement that ends the war and the suffering of the Yemenis.” The Biden administration supports (the UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths) and wishes to work with him.

And the US President, Joe Biden, confirmed later on Wednesday that his administration would not hesitate to use force to protect the United States and its allies.

On Wednesday, the US State Department confirmed its stand with Saudi Arabia, hours after the Houthi attack targeted Abha International Airport with a car bomb.

February 12, 2021 – 30 Jumada Al-Akhir 1442

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Kirby assured that America will not stand idly by while the Houthis attack the kingdom

The spokesman for the US Department of Defense, John Kirby, confirmed that Saudi Arabia is a pillar in the regional security structure, and that it is a partner in combating terrorism and confronting Iranian destabilizing behavior, in response to a question by Al Arabiya TV about Houthi attacks on Saudi civilians and increasing US support for Saudi Arabia .

In detail, Kirby said, “In light of the common threat we face, the US Department of Defense will continue to work with partners and distribute the burdens in the region, adding:” We are committed to helping the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia protect its lands in the face of the escalating and serious danger, “according to Al-Arabiya Net.

“There is no change in our policy in this sense, but I will not talk about sending more troops and equipment there,” he added.

Kirby considered that the Saudi borders are under threat, that the policy of the United States has not changed, and that the United States always reviews its capabilities against challenges around the world and adjusts according to what is necessary, and we do not talk about capabilities and review them, but we always talk to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia about them.

And the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken: He has stressed that the United States will not stand idly by while the Houthis attack Saudi Arabia.

The US Secretary of State tweeted on his Twitter account: “Saudi Arabia is an important security partner,” stressing the US administration’s position on reaching a political settlement to the conflict in Yemen.

Blinken said that he discussed with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan, in a phone call, joint efforts to strengthen Saudi defenses in the face of the attacks against the Kingdom, hours after the attack on Abha airport in the southwest of the Kingdom.

Earlier, the US State Department spokesman, Ned Price, announced that Blinken had spoken to Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan after the Houthi terrorist attack on Abha airport.

He added to reporters that the United States has repeated its assurances that it intends to help Saudi Arabia boost its defense capabilities.

“The leaders of the Houthis would be wrong if they thought that this administration would relieve the pressure. They would be under great pressure,” he said, noting that the United States would make more statements in the coming days regarding the attack launched by the Houthis with drones.

Later, the US State Department announced that Blinken discussed with his Saudi counterpart joint efforts to strengthen Saudi defenses.

In an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, the US State Department confirmed that it “will continue to pressure the Houthis because of their heinous actions,” and indicated that the focus of President Joe Biden’s administration “will be diplomacy to end the war in Yemen.”

She said, “We seek a negotiated settlement that ends the war and the suffering of the Yemenis.” The Biden administration supports (the UN envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths) and wishes to work with him.

And the US President, Joe Biden, confirmed later on Wednesday that his administration would not hesitate to use force to protect the United States and its allies.

On Wednesday, the US State Department confirmed its stand with Saudi Arabia, hours after the Houthi attack targeted Abha International Airport with a car bomb.





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