Three painful blows have been dealt to enemies of the kingdom over the past seven days at the hands of international justice, so that the true wisdom of the Saudi leadership prevails, Saudi media reported.
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The first blow was dealt to the Iranian regime after UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres informed the UN Security Council that the terrorist attacks against the kingdom that targeted two oil installations were part of Iranian terrorism, Saudi daily Okaz said.
A few hours later, Guterres announced another blow to every skeptic in the humanitarian dealings of the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, as he decided to remove the coalition from the United Nations’ blacklist for killing children, stressing that the coalition led by the kingdom has implemented a set of measures to protect children during the implementation of its operations.
The third and toughest blow to Doha and Tehran was the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) ruling that Saudi Arabia’s actions against Qatar are justified to protect its security interests in accordance with the WTO’s rules.
WTO’s panel acknowledged that Saudi Arabia “seeks to protect Saudi citizens and the Saudi population, Saudi government institutions and the territory of Saudi Arabia from the threats of terrorism and extremism”.
The organisation’s legal panel also found no evidence that the kingdom violated WTO rules and it “rejected claims that the Saudi Government supported the alleged copyright piracy”.
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