Yemen has strongly condemned the Houthi terrorist drone attack on two oil pumping stations near Riyadh on Tuesday.
"The attack on Saudi Arabia by the terrorist militia of Houthis upon direct incitement from Iran cannot be met with silence," read a statement from the Yemeni government. "It forms an outrageous breach of all peace efforts and threatens a collapse of all the UN's peace brokerage efforts" in Yemen.
The statement warned that the Iran-backed militia has become a threat to the regional and global security. "These are terror acts that don't differ from what any other terror group does," said the statement.
Yemen affirmed its support for "all the measures that Saudi Arabia takes to preserve its security and counter terrorism in all its forms."
The attacks, the government said, put the whole international community face to face with their collective responsibility to repel this terrorist group and its backers.
The government also cited the imperative need for ending the Houthi coup d'état as the ony solution to end the years long crisis in Yemen.