23.4 C
New York
Sunday, May 22, 2022

Saudi Arabia warns the international community of the danger of Iran supplying ballistic missiles to the Houthis

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Saudi Arabia has stressed on Tuesday the importance of the international community being aware of the danger posed by Iran’s continued supply of ballistic missiles and drones to the Houthis, and assuming its responsibility in maintaining the energy supply.
The Saudi Cabinet, which held its session this afternoon chaired by King Salman bin Abdulaziz, urged “the world to firmly confront the Houthi militias and deter them from their attacks that pose a direct threat to the security of supplies in these extremely difficult circumstances.” delicate”. in world energy markets,” according to the Saudi Press Agency.

In his statement after the weekly session, Information Minister Dr. Majid bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi said that “the Saudi Cabinet emphasized what was included in the statement from the official source in the Foreign Ministry, and that the Kingdom will not be responsible for any shortages in the supply of oil to global markets in light of the attacks being exposed It has oil and gas production sites in Saudi Arabia from the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militia, which affects Saudi Arabia’s production capacity and fulfill its obligations.”

The Saudi Cabinet also addressed the “importance of the essential role of the OPEC+ agreement in stabilizing oil markets.”

Earlier today, Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan also reiterated the need to pressure the militias to stop their threats to international shipping, considering the Houthi escalation to threaten security and stability. from the entire region.

This came after the Foreign Ministry announced yesterday that the Kingdom will not be responsible for the shortage of oil supplies to global markets in light of attacks on its oil facilities by terrorist militias.


- Advertisement -

New Articles