Urgent..the first response from the coalition to the terrorist attack on the Jeddah oil station

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Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki, the spokesman for the coalition forces, the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen, issued a special statement on behalf of the coalition forces regarding the terrorist act that caused a fire in a fuel tank at the petroleum products distribution station in Jeddah, according to the statement issued by the Saudi Ministry of Energy

Regarding the statement, Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki announced that the terrorist Houthi militia supported by Iran was proven to be involved in this heinous terrorist attack. The spokesman for the coalition forces also stated that this cowardly terrorist act does not target the Kingdom’s national capabilities, but rather targets the nerve and the global economy’s supply as well as Global energy security.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki confirms the involvement of the Houthi militia and Iran in the terrorist incident

Urgent..the first response from the coalition to the terrorist attack on the Jeddah oil station
Urgent..the first response from the coalition to the terrorist attack on the Jeddah oil station

In his statements, Brigadier General Al-Maliki also said that this cowardly terrorist act is an extension of previous terrorist acts that also targeted oil installations in the areas of Abqaiq and Khurais. He also emphasized that those involved in it and adopted it are the Houthi militia, stating that the evidence and evidence has proven the involvement The Iranian regime supports the Houthi militia in those terrorist acts, and by using Iranian cruise-type weapons and explosive UAVs.

The coalition forces announce the pursuit of terrorist elements

Regarding this recent terrorist attack that targeted a fuel tank in the city of Jeddah, Brigadier General Al-Maliki stated that targeting unarmed civilians and economic establishments in a systematic and deliberate manner is contrary to international humanitarian law and has no connection to humanity, but rather amounts to “war crimes.”

Brigadier General Al-Maliki, in his capacity as an official spokesperson for the coalition forces, affirmed that the leadership is taking the necessary measures and will push for operations to protect civilians and facilities, and that the terrorist elements who plan and implement these terrorist operations will be held accountable in accordance with international humanitarian law and its customary rules.



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