Saudi Press

Riyadh, 12 Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional and international arenas.

Al-Riyadh newspaper in its editorial on Yemen wrote that the Kingdom has taken two directions, the first one in protecting the Kingdom from Iranian ballistic missiles launched by al-Houthi coup militias on Saudi cities targeting civilian population and the second one to help Yemenis to stop the futility of the Houthi group that planted hundreds of thousands of mines and applied the policy of scorched earth targeting Yemeni citizens without regard to the rules of the international law and humanitarian norms, citing in this regard Saudi Project for Landmines Clearance in Yemen ''MASAM'' .

Al-Youm newspaper commented on the same issue, saying that the firing of Iranian reckless ballistic missiles by Houthi militias towards the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will not deter the Yemeni army and coalition forces from completing their triumphant military mission to liberate the whole of Hodeidah Governorate.

Source: Saudi Press Agency

Saudi Press

Riyadh, 12 Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional and international arenas.

Al-Riyadh newspaper in its editorial on Yemen wrote that the Kingdom has taken two directions, the first one in protecting the Kingdom from Iranian ballistic missiles launched by al-Houthi coup militias on Saudi cities targeting civilian population and the second one to help Yemenis to stop the futility of the Houthi group that planted hundreds of thousands of mines and applied the policy of scorched earth targeting Yemeni citizens without regard to the rules of the international law and humanitarian norms, citing in this regard Saudi Project for Landmines Clearance in Yemen ''MASAM'' .

Al-Youm newspaper commented on the same issue, saying that the firing of Iranian reckless ballistic missiles by Houthi militias towards the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will not deter the Yemeni army and coalition forces from completing their triumphant military mission to liberate the whole of Hodeidah Governorate.

Source: Saudi Press Agency