DUBAI (Reuters) - Gulf military leaders on Thursday met at the request of Saudi Arabia and condemned the use of some members' airspace to carry out attacks last month against Saudi Aramco's oil infrastructure.
"Participants condemned the attacks on the Kingdom [of Saudi Arabia], attacks on oil tankers, the threat to freedom of navigation, and the violation of some [Gulf Cooperation Council] countries' airspace to carry out the recent attacks on the kingdom," the Chiefs of Staff of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries (GCC) said in a statement after the meeting.
(Writing by Lisa Barrington; Editing by Hugh Lawson)
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