International condemnations to Houthi’s Terrorist attack on Saudi Arabia’s Abha Airport

International condemnations to Houthi's Terrorist attack on Saudi Arabia's Abha Airport
International condemnations to Houthi's Terrorist attack on Saudi Arabia's Abha Airport

France strongly, denounced latest Iran-backed terrorist Houthi militias attack, that targeted Abha International Airport, resulting in a death and various casualties, among civilians.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated in a statement France's full solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia against any threat that may jeopardize its security, sovereignty and territorial integrity.

US condemns the terrorist attack

The United States today condemned the terrorist attack on Abha International Airport by the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia.

A statement issued by the US StateDepartment on behalf of Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo said that the Houthirebels backed by Iran launched a drone attack on Abha International Airport forthe second time in less than two weeks, and preliminary reports indicate thedeath of one person and wounding of 21 others. The Iranian-backed attacks areunacceptable, and they are more reprehensible because they target innocentcivilians, it said.

The statement called on the Houthisto end these reckless and provocative attacks on behalf of the Iranian regime,saying "the Houthis must engage constructively in the political processled by the United Nations to end the conflict and abide by the commitments madein Sweden."

London describe the attck as a reckless and cowardly act

British Prime Minister Theresa Maystrongly condemned the attack by the Houthi militia on Abha InternationalAirport.

Theresa May, speaking of the recentHouthi targeting of Abha airport, said the attack was reckless and cowardly.

May explained on the Iranian-USescalation that Britain is seeking a diplomatic role to resolve the crisisbetween the parties.

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