Riyadh, Saudi newspapers highlighted in their editorials today a number of issues at local, regional, and international arenas.
Al-Bilad newspaper reported in its editorial that the G20 is discussing the major common issues at various levels, particularly concerning the global economy in light of the current conditions and challenges imposed by the Coronavirus global pandemic.
The paper added that according to the agenda of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s presidency, it hosts dozens of meetings at various ministerial and technical levels to address various issues.
The paper also added that Saudi Arabia has made a priority of these challenges, as the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud called on holding an extraordinary summit at the end of last March which included the unprecedented decisions and great and continuous support provided by Saudi Arabia in the health and economic fields along with providing food and medical supplies other.
In another context, Al-Yaum newspaper reported in its editorial that the repeated breaches of truce committed by Houthi Coup Militias previously announced by the spokesperson of the coalition forces (Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen) Col. Turki Al-Maliki including a two-week ceasefire to confront the repercussions of the outbreak of the Coronavirus, which reached thousands in total and dozens breaches in less than 24 hours, are a result of the unremitting support by the Iranian regime which does not care about any treaties, decisions or obligations.
The paper added that the Iranian regime continues to finance its arms in the region in order to move forward in the implementation of its malicious agenda in the region that support everything that would bring destruction and crimes.
The paper added that US Mission to the United Nations has stated that Tehran is still providing arms to its agents in Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq, as Houthis used Iranian technology in their attacks weeks ago, affirming that Iranian Revolutionary Guards is a terrorist organization responsible for the deaths of thousands in the region.
Source: Saudi Press Agency