Statement of Members of the International Parliament for Tolerance and Peace condemns the terrorist attacks of Houthi militias against UAE civilian facilities
The Members of the International Parliament for Tolerance and Peace condemned the terrorist attacks of the Houthi militia on civilian facilities in the UAE. This came in their eighth meeting in the headquarters of the Parliament of the Republic of Comoros. The meeting was held in the presence of His Excellency the President of the Republic of Comoros, Ghazali Othman, His Excellency Ahmed Bin Mohammed Al – Jarwan, the President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, and His Excellency Mr. Moustadran Abdo, the President of the Comorian Parliament.
The Statement of Members of the International Parliament for Tolerance and Peace mentioned the representatives of (15) fifteen countries all over the world. They are the following; Bosnia and Herzegovina, Comoros, Arab Republic of Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Maldives, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Seychelles, Uganda, Congo, and Croatia.
“The International Parliament for Tolerance and Peace condemns in the strongest terms the terrorist attacks of Houthi militia against civilian facilities in the United Arab Emirates. Therefore, we demand the international community to intervene immediately in order to repress these terrorists and militias. We strive to stop the threat they pose to international peace and safety. Furthermore, we demand the international community and all countries and organizations around the world classify the Houthi militia among the terrorist organizations.
We also underscore our support for the United Arab Emirates in facing all threats to its safety and stability. We hope that UAE continues its honorable march in fostering peace and tolerance around the world.”