Today, Friday, the UN Security Council condemned the terrorist attacks in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, stressing the need to combat terrorist threats to international peace.
In this context, the members of the UN Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the heinous terrorist attacks launched by the Houthi militia on Abu Dhabi on Monday, in a statement issued unanimously on Friday, according to diplomats.
This statement prepared by the UAE, which confirms that these bloody attacks on civilians were committed and adopted by the Houthis, was approved, while the council was initiating an emergency meeting on these developments, according to AFP.
The statement also stated that these attacks resulted in “3 civilians killed and 6 other civilians wounded.”
In its statement, the council also stressed “the need to hold the perpetrators, masterminds, financiers and planners responsible for these terrorist acts and refer them to the judiciary.” He urged “all states, in line with their obligations under international law and relevant Security Council resolutions, to cooperate extensively with the government of the United Arab Emirates and all relevant authorities in this regard.”
For her part, the UAE’s representative to the United Nations, Lana Nusseibeh, said after the session, “The Security Council spoke today with one voice.”
Nusseibeh stressed that “international measures must be taken to hold the Houthis accountable,” stressing that “the Houthis pose a threat to the international community.”