UAE condemns terrorist car bomb attack in Saudi Arabia

UAE has condemned an attempt by terrorist elements to carry out a sabotage operation using a car bomb in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. In a statement, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation praised the vigilance of Saudi security forces and their efficiency in confronting such terrorist acts.

The Ministry reiterated the UAE’s firm position and solidarity with Saudi Arabia in dealing with such acts and underscored its support for all measures taken by the Kingdom to protect its security and stability.

Bahrain has also strongly condemned the terrorist attack attempt which took place in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.

The Foreign Ministry stressed Bahrain’s solidarity with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia against all attempts to threaten its security and stability, backing the Saudi efforts to combat terrorism at both the regional and international levels.

The Bahrain Foreign ministry commended the vigilance of the Saudi security forces in thwarting this cowardly terrorist attack, reiterating the Kingdom’s rejection of all forms of violence and terrorism, calling for concerted international efforts to combat terrorism and dry up its financing.

The official spokesperson of the Saudi Presidency of State Security said that two wanted criminals who had planned an “imminent terrorist operation” were killed on Sunday in a security operation in the Saudi city of Dammam.

The two wanted men, Ahmad Abdullah Saeed Suwaid and Abdullah Hussein Saeed Al Nimer were Saudis.

The security operation resulted in the arrest of a third element whose name has not been disclosed.

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