Saudi Press

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

Al-Youm newspaper in its editorial entitled "Prolonging the humanitarian crisis in Yemen'' wrote that coupists in Yemen are looting the humanitarian aid flowing from the Kingdom to Yemeni cities to save Yemen's citizens from the starvation and siege imposed on these cities aiming at doubling the suffering of unarmed civilians in their homes, most of them women, children and the elderly, which has been rejected by the United Nations dealing with the coordination of relief affairs in Yemen, the Yemeni legitimacy being supported by the Arab coalition led by the Kingdom, and the rest of the world of justice, freedom and peace.

The paper added that these actions of Houthi outlaws rejecting all United Nations resolutions and causing the humanitarian crisis in Yemen aim to prolong the war in Yemen against the legitimate government.

Al-Riyadh newspaper in its editorial entitled ''Trimming Iranian claws'' wrote that despite its relentless efforts to maintain the nuclear agreement and its desperate attempts to find a united European position in the face of the US withdrawal from the agreement, it was not enough that Germany be outside the circle of Iranian threats, noting in this regard that according to a report of German Interior Intelligence Agency Tehran has developed over the past years its capabilities in the field of electronic piracy, which is a threat to companies and research institutions, especially that German targets have already been subjected to intense electronic attacks originating from Iran since 2014.

Source: Saudi Press Agency