Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh refinery was attacked by a drone, state media reported on Friday, adding that no one was injured and oil supply components were not affected.

Iran PressMiddle East: The attack took place on Thursday and resulted in a small fire, but without casualties or serious damage to the refinery, an Saudi Energy Ministry spokesman said, as cited by the Saudi Press Agency.

According to him, Saudi Arabia condemns the attack and believes that such actions pose a threat not only to the kingdom's security but to the security and stability of energy supply to the world.

In this regard, the spokesman urged all countries and organizations to stand together and stop all groups supporting such attacks.

On Thursday, the Spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces reported a series of drone attacks on the Saudi international Abha airport, south of Saudi Arabia.

 Abha Airport is next to King Khalid Air Base in Khamis Mushait; the two are of the airports from where most of the US-backed Saudi coalition's airstrikes against Yemen are carried out. 

Yahya Saree said that during the last week's operation named Yemeni Thunder 3, strategic targets in Abu Dhabi were hit through Zulfiqar missiles. 


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