The attack on the petroleum products distribution station in Jeddah is an attack



Al-Maliki: Focus on global energy supply and security

The spokesman for the coalition forces’ Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen, Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki, said that referring to the statement by the Ministry of Energy about a fire in a fuel tank at the petroleum products distribution station in Jeddah, the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia is involved. The cowardly terrorist attack, which is not aimed at the national capabilities of the Kingdom, but rather at the nerve center of the world economy and its supply, as well as global energy security.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki explained that this terrorist attack is an extension of terrorist attacks targeting oil installations in (Abqaiq and Khurais), which were adopted by the Houthi militia, and evidence and evidence has shown that the Iranian regime is involved in those terrorist attacks with Iranian specific weapons (cruise and explosive drones).

Brigadier General Al-Maliki stated that to systematically and deliberately attack civilians and civilian objects, including economic facilities, is contrary to international humanitarian law and its usual rules and amounts to war crimes.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki confirmed that the Joint Forces Command of the Coalition is taking the necessary operational measures to protect civilians and civilian objects and that terrorist elements planned and executed for these hostile and terrorist operations against civilians and civilian objects will be held accountable in accordance with international humanitarian law and customary rules.

Coalition forces, the Houthi terrorist militia

The Alliance: The Jeddah Petroleum Products Distribution Station attack is a cowardly terrorist attack


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Coalition Forces’ Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen spokesman, Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki, stated that referring to the Ministry of Energy statement about a fire in a fuel tank at the petroleum products distribution station in Jeddah, the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia is involved. The cowardly terrorist attack, which is not aimed at the national capabilities of the Kingdom, but rather at the nerve center of the world economy and its supply, as well as global energy security.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki explained that this terrorist attack is an extension of terrorist attacks targeting oil installations in (Abqaiq and Khurais), which were adopted by the Houthi militia, and evidence and evidence has shown that the Iranian regime is involved in those terrorist attacks with Iranian specific weapons (cruise and explosive drones).

Brigadier General Al-Maliki stated that to systematically and deliberately attack civilians and civilian objects, including economic facilities, is contrary to international humanitarian law and its usual rules and amounts to war crimes.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki confirmed that the Joint Forces Command of the Coalition is taking the necessary operational measures to protect civilians and civilian objects and that terrorist elements planned and executed for these hostile and terrorist operations against civilians and civilian objects will be held accountable in accordance with international humanitarian law and customary rules.

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Al-Maliki: Focus on global energy supply and security

Coalition Forces’ Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen spokesman, Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki, stated that referring to the Ministry of Energy statement about a fire in a fuel tank at the petroleum products distribution station in Jeddah, the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia is involved. The cowardly terrorist attack, which is not aimed at the national capabilities of the Kingdom, but rather at the nerve center of the world economy and its supply, as well as global energy security.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki explained that this terrorist attack is an extension of terrorist attacks targeting oil installations in (Abqaiq and Khurais), which were adopted by the Houthi militia, and evidence and evidence has shown that the Iranian regime is involved in those terrorist attacks with Iranian specific weapons (cruise and explosive drones).

Brigadier General Al-Maliki stated that to systematically and deliberately attack civilians and civilian objects, including economic facilities, is contrary to international humanitarian law and its usual rules and amounts to war crimes.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki confirmed that the Joint Forces Command of the Coalition is taking the necessary operational measures to protect civilians and civilian objects and that terrorist elements planned and executed for these hostile and terrorist operations against civilians and civilian objects will be held accountable in accordance with international humanitarian law and customary rules.




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