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Japan condemns Houthi attacks on Abha Airport in Saudi Arabia

This handout image provided by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Media on February 10, 2021 reportedly shows a view of the damaged hull of a Flyadeal Airbus A320-214 aircraft on the tarmac at Abha International Airport in Saudi Arabia's southern Asir province. (AFP)
This handout image provided by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Media on February 10, 2021 reportedly shows a view of the damaged hull of a Flyadeal Airbus A320-214 aircraft on the tarmac at Abha International Airport in Saudi Arabia's southern Asir province. (AFP)
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12 Feb 2021 08:02:47 GMT9
12 Feb 2021 08:02:47 GMT9

Arab News Japan

TOKYO: The Government of Japan condemned the Yemen-based Houthis’ attacks on the Abha Airport in the south of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on February 10 (local time).

An official statement issued by the foreign ministry in Tokyo said that Japan, once again, calls on all parties concerned for an immediate ceasefire and early start of dialogue for political solution to the situation in Yemen.

“The Government of Japan has been providing humanitarian assistance for Yemen and remains committed to continuously making efforts, in cooperation with countries concerned, to realize peace and stability in Yemen,” the ministry said.

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