We strongly condemn targeting the security of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through launching 119 ballistic missiles by Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias toward Riyadh, Makkah and a number of the Kingdom cities, affirming our support to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in all measures taken to protect its security and capabilities. We call on the international community to tighten sanctions on Iran and its militias, prevent it from support terrorist groups, supply the terrorist Houthi militias with ballistic missiles manufactured in Iran and launched from inside the Yemeni territories toward the Saudi cities and to abide with UN Resolution No. 2216 which prevents importing arms to Houthis.
We affirm our support to the Kingdom of Bahrain in all measures taken to protect its security and capabilities from tampering of external interference.
We support the efforts of the Arab Coalition to support Legitimacy in Yemen in order to end the Yemeni crisis on the basis of the Gulf initiative, its executive mechanisms, the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference and Security Council Resolution No. 2216 (2015), ensure the independence of Yemen and its unity, prevent the interference in its internal affairs and preserve its security and its neighboring countries. We also praised the reconstruction initiatives and the coalition countries stand with the brotherly Yemeni people through the Renewal of Hope Initiative and its relief, treatment and development assistance through relief and humanitarian projects provided by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief). We also welcome the resolution of Arab Coalition Countries to support Legitimacy in Yemen, open Sanaa International Airport and the port of Al-Hodeidah on the Red Sea to receive relief and humanitarian materials. We also praised the assistance being provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to Yemen.
We praised the keenness of Arab Coalition to abide by international law and international humanitarian law in its military operations in Yemen despite all of the dangerous terrorist Houthi provocations and practices against Yemeni people and the security of the coalition countries.
We reject the Iranian interference in the internal affairs of the Arab countries and condemn the aggressive attempts to destabilize the security and fuel sectarian sedition in the Arab countries, including Iran's support and arming of the terrorist militias in a number of Arab countries as it violates the principles of good neighborliness, the rules of international relations, the principles of international law and the Charter of the United Nations.
We demand that Iran withdraws its militias and armed elements from all Arab countries, particularly Syria and Yemen.
We affirm the commitment to adhere to the principles of the Charter of the United Nations and the Charter of the Arab League, and that our relations with other countries should be based on mutual respect and positive cooperation supporting security, peace, stability as well as pushing development process.
Source: Saudi Press Agency