Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Saudi Prince Abdul Rahman bin Museid responded to a tweet saying the United Nations was “concerned” about strikes by the Saudi-led coalition to “support legitimacy”. Yemen.
And the prince said in a tweet on his official Twitter page: “May the United Nations destabilize and destroy its anxiety, and may God make it anxious.” In a tweet, the owner of the Christophe Files account said: “Alliance: Launch of airstrikes on Houthi strongholds in Hodeidah … and the United Nations expresses its concern.”
Yashamdin: This is Jeddah today, as usual, Bahia Sayeeda, the projectile that hit the refinery yesterday extinguished the fire in a few hours, no death or injury, thank God, our country is big, not shaken by efforts. A dying person looking for an imaginary success. Impact on energy globally and raising its prices! It is an evil deed that God wants us to do well and have abundant livelihood ps https://t.co/JP4dEpAmzI
In a separate tweet, Prince Abdul Rahman re-posted photos released by the Saudi Ministry of Sports, where the Aramco oil plant was targeted by a Houthi group in Yemen.
Commenting on more photos, the prince said: “Oh, Shamdin: It’s a grandmother today, as usual, with a happy light. Raising prices!