Houthi violations against Saudi Arabia “war crimes”


He stressed the need for the international community to act

The first deputy of the Committee for Arab Affairs in the Egyptian Parliament, Ahmed Fouad Abaza, described what the terrorist Houthi militia is doing against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as “war crimes”, calling for international action to confront the Houthi violations against the security and stability of the Kingdom.

In a statement, Abaza condemned the Houthi militia’s continuing terrorist acts against the kingdom’s territory, the latest of which was the attempt to target Abha airport with a booby-trapped drone, which left some material losses as a result of the interception and destruction of the aircraft by the joint forces of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen.

He stressed the need for action by the entire international community, especially the United Nations and the Security Council; To support and support the Kingdom in the measures and measures it takes to confront these sinful terrorist acts, which threaten the security and stability of the Kingdom and the safety of its citizens and residents on its lands, as well as the clear and direct threat they represent to security and stability in the region.

The First Undersecretary of the Arab Affairs Committee in the Egyptian Parliament warned of the continuation of terrorist and criminal acts of the Houthi militia, which reflects its determination to continue its sinful attacks on the Kingdom, calling for the necessity to immediately stop these terrorist acts that impede the calls to end the war in Yemen and reach a peaceful solution that ends the suffering of the Yemeni people, who It has continued for many years due to the crimes and violations committed by the Houthi terrorist militia against humanity and against the innocent people of the brotherly Yemeni people, and the perpetrators of these crimes are held accountable.

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