Hariri condemns Saudi airport attack
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri condemned the criminal attack that targeted the Abha international airport in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia today and wounded 26 civilians.
He said: "This blatant attack against Saudi vital civilian facilities confirms the continuation of the malicious attempts to target the security and stability of Saudi Arabia and the brotherly Saudi people.
We strongly condemn this new attack and affirm our solidarity with the Kingdom, its leadership and people, in confronting such attacks and preventing them from achieving their objectives."