Egypt has strongly condemned the cowardly and incessant Houthi ballistic missile attacks on the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi denounced on Tuesday a terrorist attack committed by the Houthi militia against the UAE on Monday.
It extended heartfelt condolences to the victims' families and wished the wounded a speedy recovery, reiterating full solidarity with the Republic of Yemen in its war on terror.
The statement pointed out that such attacks flout the international humanitarian law and threaten regional peace and security.
Such acts also constitute a flagrant and direct threat to security and stability in the region, the foreign ministry added.
Egypt reiterated its fixed stance on supporting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the measures it takes to defend its security and stability.
The Houthi militias targeted Saudi oil export terminal at Ras Tanura using a drone and attempted to target Aramco residential compound in Dhahran.
Egypt has strongly condemned the Houthi launching of a projectile towards one of the Saudi border villages in Jazan region, injuring a number of Saudis and Yemenis residing in the kingdom along with damaging a number of houses and vehicles.
The Arab Republic of Egypt condemned Sunday continuous Houthi terror attacks on the territories of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Egypt condemns the targeting of civilian installations in the city of Maribby Ansar Allah militia with ballistic missiles, wounding many civilians.
Egypt’s ministry of Foreign affairs has strongly condemned the repeated attacks of Houthi militias against Saudi Arabia.
Egypt condemned on Monday the terror attack that targeted a mosque at a military camp belonging to the Yemeni army in Maareb killing dozens of military men.
They have been taken to the Salif port in Hodeidah, Yemen, the officials said.
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President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi received on Saturday a phone call from King of Bahrain Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
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Speaking to Sky News TV channel, coalition spokesman Turki al Maliki stressed that all Houthi plots to undermine the kingdom's security and stability will definitely fail.
Joint army and resistance forces made a new progress over the past few hours and retook hills and posts in northern al Dhale, where Houthi militias have been stationed.
A Houthi drone attack on Sunday injured seven civilians and killed one after targeting Abha airport in the Saudi southern city of Abha, reported Reuters.
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