Shoura seeks firm international stance against Iran

The Shoura Council meets in its 45th ordinary session in Riyadh on Monday. — SPA

Saudi Gazette report

The Shoura Council on Monday strongly condemned the terrorist attack by Houthi militias on Abha International Airport in which 26 civilians, including women and children, were injured.

In a statement read by Secretary General Muhammad Al-Mutairi, the Council demanded the international community to take a firm stance toward Iran to stop its support for the Houthi militias, as they pose a threat to global and regional security.

The Council reaffirmed its full confidence in the Kingdom’s military capabilities.

The Council also approved a 33-article real estate unit ownership draft regulation.

It approved another decision to amend some articles of the regulation for expropriation of real estate units for public benefit.

It also decided to abrogate the regulation for sale on installments.