The Sudanese Foreign Ministry on Sunday has strongly condemned the attack on Saudi oil sites, facilities and civilian infrastructure by the Yemeni Houthi group.
Spokesman of the ministry Babiker al-Siddiq said that Sudan follows with deep concern the news about the brutal attack on Saudi oil facilities, considering it a criminal act that violates all international laws and legislations.
In a statement, Al-Siddiq affirmed Sudan’s solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its brotherly people and its support to its government in taking all measures to protect its security, economy and citizens.
The Spokesman of the Foreign Ministry called on the international community to exert its utmost efforts to prevent these continuing attacks, which have become a threat to regional and international peace and security.
Drone attacks claimed by Yemen’s Houthi rebels struck two key oil installations inside Saudi Arabia on Saturday, damaging facilities that process the vast majority of the country’s crude output and raising the risk of a disruption in world oil supplies.