[size=36]Saudi Arabia announces historic decision after Aramco attack[/size]
reported an official in the Saudi Defense Ministry source, on Wednesday that Riyadh has decided to join the International Alliance for the security and protection of maritime navigation and to ensure the safety of sea lanes.
The official Saudi news agency "SPA", citing the official: "Saudi Arabia has decided to join the international coalition for the security and protection of maritime navigation."
The Saudi defense ministry said it would hold a press conference for the spokesman to reveal evidence of Iran's involvement in the attacks on Aramco's oil facilities.
This international alliance aims to protect merchant ships by securing safe sailing operations to ensure freedom of maritime navigation and global trade and to protect the interests of participating countries.
On Saturday, Ansar Allah claimed responsibility for a drone attack on two oil facilities belonging to Saudi oil giant Aramco in Abqaiq and Hijrat Khurais in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia.