The authorities of Pakistan condemned the drone attacks on oil pumping stations in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday which became claimed by Yemen’s Houthi rebels, in keeping with a foreign workplace (FO) declaration on Wednesday.

The attacks pressured Riyadh to shut down one of the fundamental oil pipelines ratcheting up Gulf tensions after a mysterious sabotage of numerous tankers.

“Pakistan strongly condemns the drone attacks on oil pumping stations in eastern province of Saudi Arabia and expresses its harmony with Riyadh,” the communication reads.


It further provides that Islamabad reaffirms its full aid against any danger to stability and security of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

“Pakistan condemns terrorism in all its bureaucracy and manifestations and reaffirms its commitment for persisted efforts and cooperation with Saudi Arabia and the worldwide community for its elimination,” the FO statement reads.

Houthi rebels said that they had focused vital installations in Saudi Arabia, which leads a navy coalition against them.

Saudi Arabia’s strength Minister Khalid al Falih stated that Saudi Aramco had “quickly close down” the pipeline to “examine its situation” but brought that oil production and exports had no longer been interrupted.

The minister additionally said the incident become an “act of terrorism… that not only objectives the kingdom however additionally the security of oil elements to the sector and the global economy”.

while Houthi spokesperson Mohammed Abdulsalam tweeted that the assaults have been “a response to the aggressors continuing to commit genocide” towards Yemenis.

In a declaration, the Houthis warned of different “specific operations… if the aggressors retain with their crimes and blockade”.

“we are capable of executing precise operations on a larger and wider scale in the hearts of the enemy countries.”