The newspaper “Al-Anbaa” Kuwaiti sources described as informed, saying that the increased degree of preparedness came to respond to the development of current events.
The sources called for the cohesion of the home front, and to reduce the negative criticism directed at government preparations and measures, pointing out that calm is required.
The sources said: “The government is fully vigilant, and is doing its part to avoid any repercussions of events according to a strategic perspective, adopted by the largest governments in the world.”
“The security and preventive preparations represent a necessary step, in preparation for any anticipated emergency events from moment to moment in the region,” she said.
“Precautionary measures are not the result of the emergency, which the region is going through now, but are permanent measures and raising the level and declare it now as a precaution, precaution and vigilance.”
It continued: “Precautions include the air, sea and land, and the home front, and that what citizens and residents see the spread of security patrols is the essence of its work to secure the home front, calling on everyone to calm and cohesion.”
The sources denied the possibility of stopping the study or some government agencies, saying: “There is no need to declare a holiday for schools and staff in part or wholly, and the government has completed the provision of strategic stock of water, electricity, food and supplies, some time ago at the level of all concerned.”
The sources called on all Kuwaitis to be calm and calm.
The sources talked about the possibility of a “total war”, saying: “All options are still under discussion, but we rule out the occurrence of all-out war.”
The Kuwaiti army has announced that it will raise the level of combat readiness to No. (1), while holding an urgent meeting of military leaders.
Kuwaiti Defense Minister Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah will preside over an expanded meeting of senior military and security leaders, a source close to him said.
Al-Anbaa said it received two telegrams on raising the state of combat readiness to No. 1 in the Kuwaiti army, starting Thursday at 6 am.
The telegram stipulated that “all units of the armed forces shall be obliged to raise combat readiness to number (1) starting at six in the morning.”
The army also issued a statement saying: “Given the escalating situation in the country, the General Staff of the Army announces the lifting of the state of combat readiness of some of its units, which are among the precautionary measures to be taken, in such circumstances to preserve the security of the country and the safety of its land, water and airspace from any Potential hazards. “
KUWAIT CITY: Kuwaiti Defense Minister Sheikh Nasser al-Sabah will chair an expanded meeting of the country’s top military and security leaders, a newspaper reported yesterday.
The sources pointed out that the meeting will focus on clarifying what was raised recently about the transit of drones, which bombed the factories “Khurais” and “Abqaiq” of Saudi Aramco, over Kuwaiti airspace, as well as the flight of a droning over the Prince’s Palace in Dar Salwa.
An informed source, who did not name the newspaper, said: “During this meeting will put the points on the letters, and put an end to what has been addressed by some media about it.”
Ansar Allah (Houthis) claimed responsibility on Saturday for a drone attack on two oil facilities belonging to Saudi oil giant Aramco in Abqaiq and Hijrat Khurais in Saudi Arabia’s eastern region.
However, the spokesman for the Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen, Turki al-Maliki, said that preliminary investigations into the attack on oil facilities in the Kingdom indicate that the weapons used are Iranian, adding that “the source of the launch of the drones was not Yemen. The source of the launch, “pointing out that the drones used by the group,” Ansar Allah “, the Iranian-made Ababil.
The Saudi Foreign Ministry said preliminary investigations indicated that Iranian weapons had been used in the attacks on Aramco’s oil facilities.
The Foreign Ministry said in a statement that “work is underway to verify the source of those attacks,” according to the Saudi Press Agency “SPA”.
The State Department described the attack as “an unprecedented sabotage attack” and resulted in the suspension of about 50% of the production of Aramco. “The aim of this attack is directed primarily at the global energy supply, an extension of the previous hostile acts against the pumping stations of Saudi Aramco using Iranian weapons.”
The Kingdom expressed “its appreciation to all regional and international parties that have expressed their condemnation and condemnation of this attack, and calls on the international community to shoulder its responsibilities in condemning those behind it, and to clearly address these barbaric acts that affect the backbone of the global economy.”
The Saudi Ministry of Defense, announced that the attack occurred by “18 drones and 7 cruise missiles.”
Colonel Turki al-Maliki, a spokesman for the Saudi Ministry of Defense, said that investigations into the attacks on Aramco factories showed the launch of 18 drones and seven cruise missiles.
He pointed out that there were three cruise missiles did not hit their targets in the attack on Aramco factories.
Colonel Turki al-Maliki, a spokesman for the Saudi Defense Ministry, showed pictures of what it said belonged to the remains of “Iranian” drones of the type “Delta Wing”, which Riyadh considers “evidence” of Tehran’s involvement in the Aramco attacks.
Maliki said that the attack did not start from Yemen, adding, “despite the great attempts of Iran to make it appear as well.”
Abizaid and: “The attack that we have been an attack on the international community.”
The spokesman stressed the ability of Saudi Arabia to defend its territory.
On Saturday, Ansar Allah claimed responsibility for a drone attack on two oil facilities belonging to Saudi oil giant Aramco in Abqaiq and Hijrat Khurais in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia.