Saudi Arabia: Paris attacks shows need to 'eradicate' dangerous threats

By REUTERS
November 14, 2015 04:11

 
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The Paris attacks show it is necessary to eradicate threats to global security through joint international, a Saudi Arabian source told state news agency SPA on Saturday.

"A foreign ministry source condemned the terrorist acts and bombings in the French capital," the source was quoted as saying.

"Saudi Arabia expresses the need for a concerted effort by the international community to eradicate these dangerous and destructive threats that target security and stability around the globe, and poses a threat to all religions and international norms and conventions," the source said.

The source added that an effective means for joint international action was needed to fight those who sought "to harm global security under any pretext."

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