Iraq Condemns Houthi Attack That Targeted Jeddah Petroleum Products Station

Iraq’s foreign ministry has criticized the attack that the Iranian-backed Houthi made, wherein they targeted a Jeddah petroleum products station in Saudi Arabia.

Iraq’s foreign ministry has criticized the attack that the Iranian-backed Houthi made, wherein they targeted a Jeddah petroleum products station in Saudi Arabia.

According to Colonel Turki al-Maliki, the Arab Coalition spokesman, the Iran-backed Houthis launched a projectile from Yemen that has caused a fire at a petroleum products distribution in Jeddah.

“The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemns the attack that targeted the Aramco oil station in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and affirms the Iraqi position to stand against any aggression and reject escalation in the region,” said Iraq’s foreign ministry in a statement.

The statement has added that Iraq aims  “for a solution to crises by peaceful means and through negotiations between all parties concerned, to bring security and stability to the region.”


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