The government of Ghana has condemned the terrorist attack on civilian areas and facilities in the United Arab Emirates by Yemen’s Iranian-aligned insurgent group, Houthi.

A statement from Ghana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said “the attacks are a violation of international law and threaten efforts aimed at restoring peace and security to the region.”

The Houthis launched a missile and drone attack near Abu Dhabi International Airport, the UAE’s business and tourism hub.

An explosion occurred as a result of the attack, killing three individuals in the first missiles.

The Ministry expressed its heartfelt sympathies to the government and people of the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and the victims’ families.

More video of the retaliatory attack on #AbuDhabi, showing the failure of the #UAE‘s Air Defense to stop several bombings. No attack has been reported in #Dubai so far, Dubai has been placed on high #Alert. #Yemen #اليمن_يؤدب_الامارات #UAEIsNotSafe #Gulf #Saudi #US #Ukraine

Saudi Arabia has been the target of many Houthi missile and drone attacks.

The UAE said today, Monday, January 24, 2022, that the group’s second missile attack had been prevented.


Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Regional Integration condemns Houthi’s missiles and drones attack on UAE