The Houthis announced the implementation of seven attacks. And Saudi Arabia announces the exposure of oil installations to attacks by drones

The Houthis announced the implementation of seven attacks. And Saudi Arabia announces the exposure of oil installations to attacks by drones


Saudi Arabia's oil facilities were attacked by drones on Tuesday, the Saudi government said.

The announcement came about one hour after the Houthis announced attacks by seven drones that affected Saudi Arabia's vital facilities. According to the Saudi media, "limited targeting" of two petroleum pumping stations follows Aramco's in "Al-Dawadmi  " and  "Afif ".

The Saudi energy minister announced the targeting of two pipeline pumping stations from the eastern oil fields to Yanbu. The energy minister said the targeting was carried out using drone-and the targeting led to a fire at station 8 and was controlled.

According to the Saudi official, Aramco stopped pumping in the pipeline until the plant was repaired.

"The terrorist targeting of vital facilities not only targets Saudi Arabia, it targets the world and energy, and the international community must address those attacks," the Saudi energy minister said.

The attack comes one day after attacks on four giant oil tankers that docked off the emirate's Fujairah port, two of which were Saudi Arabian tankers.


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