Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a strong condemnation and denunciation of the missile strike on Erbil in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, which resulted in both human and material losses.
It reaffirmed Saudi Arabia’s solidarity with Iraq’s security and stability initiatives, as well as its rejection of all forms of violence, extremism, and terrorism.
According to the Iraqi Security Media Cell, the city of Erbil was “attacked by some missiles that landed in different locations” after dawn today, and security forces have begun an inquiry into the event.
According to the Iraqi Security Media Cell, the city of Erbil was “attacked by many missiles that landed in different locations” after dawn today, and security forces have launched an inquiry into the event.
The attack was carried out using “12 ballistic missiles” launched “from outside the region’s borders, specifically from the east,” according to the Kurdistan Counter-Terrorism Service.
It explained in a statement that the rockets were aimed towards the US consulate, but there were no “losses of life,” only “material damage.”