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    Saudi Arabia: Security Council laxity allowed Iran to arm the Huthi terrorist militias

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    Saudi Arabia has expressed its regret over the complacency of the UN Security Council, while a Western source revealed that the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffith, will announce Thursday the date of the start of Yemeni settlement consultations during a briefing to the Security Council. 

    The envoy, who left Sanaa yesterday after meeting with Houthi militia leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi, received the group's approval to engage in consultations, the source said, without referring to the Hodeidah plan, which the media said had received no tangible progress. 

    This came at a time when the EU said it understood the Saudi move to temporarily suspend all shipments of oil passing through the Bab al-Mandab Strait until the safe passage of the Straits.

    "The European Union is closely monitoring the development of events after two tankers belonging to the Saudi National Shipping Company were attacked by al-Huthi terrorist organizations in the Red Sea after crossing the Bab al-Mandab Straits," a European Union spokesman said in a statement. "Targeting oil tankers in the Bab al-Mandab Strait poses a threat to global trade and shipping," he said. 

    France also condemned the attack. The French Foreign Ministry stressed in a statement the importance of ensuring maritime corridors and security in the region. 

    This comes at a time when Saudi Arabia condemned "in the strongest terms" the continuation of the Houthi militias Iranian-backed terrorist attacks against the international maritime trade lines, after two oil tankers were attacked at the Strait of Bab al-Mandab in the Red Sea, sorry that the Security Council does not face gross violations of its resolutions, Particularly on the arms embargo established by resolutions 2216 and 2231.

    The Saudi Permanent Representative to the United Nations Abdullah Al-Maalmi wrote identical letters to the President of the Security Council for the current month, Swedish Ambassador Olof Scog and Secretary-General Antonio Guterich, stating that on July 25, "two very large oil tankers, A Saudi national shipping company and a crude oil carrier, were attacked by al-Houthi terrorist gangs in the Red Sea. "One of the ships was slightly damaged and there were no casualties and there was no oil spill."

    He said that his country "condemns in the strongest terms the continuation of its terrorist attacks supported by Iran against international maritime trade lines." Saudi Arabia "notes with regret that the Security Council lax in the face of flagrant violations of its resolutions, namely the arms embargo established by resolutions 2216 and 2231. Allowed Iran to supply the Houthi terrorist militias with large stocks of ballistic missiles, drones and naval mines. " "The Houthis have used and will continue to use these illegally acquired weapons to threaten the borders of Saudi Arabia, the stability of the Middle East, and the safety of international shipping in the Red Sea and the Bab al-Mandab Strait," he said. He explained that «for the safety and safety of ships and crews and to avoid the risk of oil spill, which could cause an environmental disaster, my government temporarily suspended all shipments of oil across the Strait of Bab al-Mandab with immediate effect».

    He also said that the Kingdom "calls for the full implementation of all Security Council resolutions in order to prevent the use of the Houthi militia for the port of Hodeidah as a platform for their multiple terrorist operations, undermining the efforts of the UN Special Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffith to reach a political solution," stressing that Saudi Arabia Also calls for "preventing the smuggling of more weapons to the Houthis, and holding accountable those who violate the arms embargo." The letter called on the Security Council to "take urgent measures to address the stockpiles of Huthis weapons and disarm these terrorist militias, in order to prevent escalation of these attacks, which heighten regional tensions and raise the risk of a wider regional confrontation."

    On the ground, fighters of the Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen stepped up air raids on various locations in the province of Hodeidah, west of Yemen early on Friday. Local fighters carried out more than 15 air raids on the military police headquarters in the city of Hodeidah and various locations in Zabid, Zaidiyah and Darihmi districts, the local news agency quoted local residents as saying. 

    The sources added that these raids are the heaviest on Hodeidah since the start of the escalation of military operations there.



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