As a follow-up to the statement Issued on Wednesday, November 22 by the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen in regards to the reopening of the Hudaydah Port and Sanaa Airport; the Coalition’s spokesperson, Col. Turki Al Maliki made a statement today detailing the reasons of the temporary closure of ports in Yemen and the extent of aid facilitated since their reopening. Col.
With reference to the measures taken by the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen in response to the Iranian-backed Houthi Militia's launch of an Iranian-made ballistic missile, which was smuggled into Yemen, and used by the Houthis to target Riyadh, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Command of the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen announced today, Wednesday, November 22, 2017, that the relevant departments within the Command have completed a comprehensive review of the inspection and verification procedures used to implement the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2216,
The Muslim World League's Secretary General, His Excellency Dr. Mohammed Al-Aissa, visited the largest European Cathedral in Paris, Notre' Dame. He was warmly received by the clergy in the Notre Dame Church. Both parties expressed their wishes to promote communication that highlights their respective religions' shared values to cultivate bi-lateral understanding.
The Yemeni Minister of Local Administration and the Higher Committee for Relief, His Excellency Abdulraqib Fatih, called on the United Nations and other aid organizations working in the sphere of humanitarian relief to play an efficient role in receiving and delivering aid through the Aden Port, airports, and other liberated provinces. The Minister reiterated the commitment to distribute aid relief through civil society organizations and other relevant humanitarian aid entities to all governates; ensuring neutrality, transparency, and accountability.
(NEW YORK, NY) - In light of the recent measures taken by the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen in response to the continued violations of the relevant Security Council resolutions, including Security Council resolutions 2216 and 2231, and the threats directed against the security of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the neighbouring countries in flagrant violation of the rules and norms of international law and the United Nations Charter, and with the view that all possible measures will continue to be taken to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people, we wish to confirm that step
His Excellency Saud Al Mojeb, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General and member of the Supreme Anti-Corruption Committee, a body formed by Royal Order on November 4, issued the following statement on Thursday, November 9th related to the status of the anti-corruption proceedings, which are moving forward rapidly:
Embassy event honoring the return of cultural artifacts to coincide with inaugural National Antiquities Forum in Riyadh
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia recognized 18 Americans who are donating recovered-artifacts back to the Kingdom. The embassy hosted an event on Tuesday, Nov. 7 in conjunction with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s inaugural National Antiquities Forum—the Kingdom’s inaugural exhibit aimed at elevating the importance of preserving the country’s rich cultural heritage.
On behalf of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s Government and the Saudi people, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Al Saud have sent cables of condolences to President Donald Trump of the United States of America to convey their sympathies for the shooting incident in Southern Texas, which resulted in loss of lives and injuries. The leadership expressed great pain upon hearing the news of the deadly attack, which targeted church-goers.
On November 5th, 2017 The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced a list of 40 names of leaders and elements responsible for planning, executing and supporting various terrorist activities by the Houthi terrorist group, as well as financial rewards (shown in front of each of them), for information leading to their arrest or whereabouts.
A statement issued today reads as follows: