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A Syrian civilian was killed and seven others wounded in a Yemeni rebel attack Sunday night (June 23, 2019) at Abha airport in Saudi Arabia, the Riyadh-based military alliance said. Al-Arabiya television quoted a reporter as saying that a Syrian resident in Saudi Arabia died of his injury in an attack on Saudi Arabia's Abha airport on Sunday.

The Yemeni Al-Houthi "Ansar Allah" movement announced through its Al-Masirah channel targeting the airports of Abha and Jazan in southern Saudi Arabia with marching aircraft.

Meanwhile, the members of the quartet on Yemen (Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States of America) issued a statement on Sunday expressing deep concern about the escalating tension in the region and the "threat posed by the destabilizing Iranian activity to peace and security in Yemen and the region as a whole" , According to the statement

They also called on Iran to "stop any action that threatens the stability of the region and urge diplomatic solutions to reduce tension." The statement said what he described as "the recent tension of Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia using Iranian-made missiles and aircraft processing and processing."

They also called upon "all Yemeni parties to engage constructively with the Special Envoy in order to expedite the implementation of the agreements reached in Stockholm." The Quartet states considered that the implementation of the Stockholm Agreement would provide an opportunity to begin a comprehensive political process that could lead to a lasting political agreement that would end the conflict in Yemen.

AMMAN (Reuters)

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