The oil refinery in Riyadh was attacked by drones


An official source in the Ministry of Energy announced that the oil refinery in Riyadh was attacked by a drone aircraft, at six and five minutes on Friday morning.

The oil refinery in Riyadh was attacked by drones

Attack resulted in a fire that was controlled, and that the attack did not, praise be to God, result in injuries or deaths, and the oil supply and its derivatives were not affected.

Source affirmed that the Kingdom strongly condemns this cowardly attack, and affirms that the terrorist and sabotage acts, which are repeatedly committed against vital installations and civilian objects, the last of which was the attempt to target the Ras Tanura refinery and the Saudi Aramco residential neighborhood in Dhahran, not targeting the Kingdom alone, but rather targeting, in a manner. Wider, security and stability of energy supplies in the world, and the global economy as well.

The source renewed the call to the countries of the world and its organizations to stand against these terrorist and sabotage attacks and to confront all parties that carry them out or support them.

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