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UAE denounces Riyadh blasts

posted on 10/11/2003: 679 views


The United Arab Emirates has condemned a bomb attack which rocked a residential compound west of Saudi Arabia's capital city of Riyadh on Saturday midnight, to which tens of civilians, mostly children, have fallen victim. In a cable of condolence and solidarity to King Fahad bin Abdul Aziz, President H.H Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan reiterated UAE's support to all measures taken by Saudi Arabia to "safeguard its security and stability and wipe out terrorist acts targeting it, since the security and integrity of Saudi Arabia is an integral part of the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council."



Sheikh Zayed expressed his and his country's "profound grief" for the victims of Riyadh's "criminal blasts." "We reiterate our condemnation, in a strongest term, of these criminal and cowardly attacks since they target not only Saudi Arabia's security and stability but humanity and its values as well," the cable reads. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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