The European Parliament voted today, Thursday, by majority, on a resolution calling for an end to the war in Yemen, stressing that there is no solution to the crisis in Yemen except through negotiations between the parties to the Yemeni crisis.
Earlier, the Minister of Foreign Affairs discussed Saudi, Faisal bin Farhan, with the US special envoy to Yemen ways to reach a comprehensive political solution to the Yemeni crisis.
Meanwhile, the British Foreign Minister, Dominic Raab, today, Thursday, condemned the recent Houthi attack that hit a civilian plane at an airport Abha in Saudi Arabia.
The disgraceful attacks
Raab called on the Houthis to stop these disgraceful attacks, stressing that his country is steadfast in its strong support for Saudi territorial security.
And on Wednesday, the Saudi-led Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced that the targeting of Abha airport was carried out with a copy of the Iranian-made “Ababil T” drone.
The Houthi militia, backed by Iran, adopted an airport attack. Saudi Abha, in what the internationally recognized government considered a full-fledged war crime.
The Yemeni government condemned in the strongest terms, the “cowardly terrorist attack carried out by the Houthi terrorist militia against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.” And targeting Abha International Airport. ”
According to the Yemeni Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Muammar Al-Eryani, the government said that targeting Abha International Airport constitutes a full-fledged war crime, for causing a civilian plane to fire on the airport grounds and endangering thousands of lives. Civilian travelers of different nationalities are in real danger.
Last week, the coalition announced that the Houthi coup militia had launched a terrorist attack targeting Abha International Airport in Saudi Arabia, affirming that a civilian plane fire had been controlled as a result of the attack.
The coalition stressed that the attempt to target the Houthi militia at Abha International Airport “is a war crime that endangers the lives of civilians.”