Yemen's National Alliance of Political Parties has condemned in the strongest terms the attacks on two Aramco oil facilities in Saudi Arabia.
"This terrorist attack is a serious escalation targeting the security of the Kingdom and the entire region and global energy supplies,” it said in a statement.
The Alliance, which brings together Yemen’s largest parties backing the country’s legitimacy, said the attack revealed the magnitude of the Iranian threat globally and the extent of the spread of its arms in the region and the terrorist nature of its proxies, including the Houthi militia.
The Alliance reiterated its unequivocal rejection for turning Yemen into a platform to target the security and stability of neighboring countries, affirming its solidarity with the Kingdom and expressing its confidence in Saudi Arabia's ability to confront all forms of terrorism, violence and extremism.
Yemeni politicians and activists believe that Houthi militias do not possess such capabilities to execute terrorist attacks.
“The militia group scurries to announce responsibility for such attacks as a cover up for Iran and its (military) wings in the region,” they said.
The statement called for “confronting such a threat” by ending the Yemeni crisis and achieving peace.