Saudi Press: Houthi Militia Carries out Attacks Against Civilians in Yemen and Saudi Arabia Without Human Conscience
Riyadh-- Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional and international arenas.
Al-Bilad newspaper reported in its editorial that the terrorist Houthi militia carries out attacks against civilians in Yemen and in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia without human conscience.
The terrorist militia is continuing violations and hostile actions, constituting a major threat to international peace and security without international deterrence, the paper said.
Saudi Arabia has been stressing the importance of taking adequate and strict measures by the international community, especially the Security Council to put an end to Houth militias' destabilization of regional and international security, the paper added.
In this regard, members of the Security Council condemned the Houthi attacks against Saudi Arabia and the attacks on civilian and commercial vessels, while stressing the need to stop the Houthi escalation in Marib, the paper further added.
This is seen as a positive step in the way of international deterrence of the terrorist militia, especially since members of the Security Council strongly condemned Houthi violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law, the paper concluded.
In another context, Al-Yaum newspaper reported in its editorial that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has achieved reassuring results in confronting COVID- Pandemic.
Such results achieved, were due to unremitting and unprecedented efforts being exerted by Saudi Arabia Government which effectively contributed to enhance the capabilities of the health agencies to carry out their services successfully, the paper said.
Awareness and the cooperation shown by all members of society in addition to their commitment to the precautionary measures, was reflected positively in the increase in number of immunized people, curbing the spread of the virus, decreasing critical cases, increasing recovery cases and decreasing the number of infections, the paper added.
Source: Saudi Press Agency