India responds over drones attack on Saudi Arabia
NEW DELHI - India has responded over drones attack on Saudi Arabia’s largest Oil Refinery ARAMCO.
India has condemned the drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities run by Saudi Aramco, a state-owned oil enterprise which operates and controls the majority of the kingdom's refinery production and oilfields.
"We condemn the attacks of September 14, 2019, targeting the Abqaiq oil processing facility and Khurais oil field in Saudi Arabia. We reiterate our resolve to oppose terrorism in all its forms and manifestations," Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said in a statement in response to a query on India's reaction to the drone attacks in Saudi Arabia on September 14.
Saudi Aramco is one of the largest firms globally in terms of revenue and is believed to be the most profitable company in the world.