The Jordanian government strongly condemned the terrorist attack using explosive-laden drones, which targeted two oil pumping stations that transport Saudi Arabian oil from oil fields in the Eastern Region to the port of Yanbu on the West Coast.
“Jordan strongly condemns this cowardly terrorist act which targets the security and stability of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the region, and also threatens the safety of the world’s energy supply.” The Official Speaker of the Foreign Affairs Ministry Sufyan Al-Qadhah said in a statement.
“The position of Jordan in supporting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia against those threatening its security or harming its interests and the stability of its people,” the statement added.
“The security of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the security of the Arab Gulf and the security of Jordan is one, stressing Jordan’s full solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its confidence in their ability to protect their security and stability.” The statement affirmed.
A limited air strike on Aramco’s two oil pumping stations in the provinces of Dawadmi and Afif in Riyadh and Saudi Arabia announces that its vital installations are targeted.
Saudi Aramco’s two oil pumping stations in the provinces of Dawadmi and Afif in Riyadh have been targeted by a terrorist attack, the security spokesman for the Presidency of State Security announced on Tuesday.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, the incident occurred between six and six and a half on Tuesday morning, adding that “there was a limited targeting of Aramco’s two oil pumping stations in the provinces of Dawadmi and Afif in Riyadh.”