Says Saudi Arabia and Turkey are ‚friends of the terrorists‘ over Syria
A source in the US State Department told the Daily Caller this week that China has been „reluctant“ to send any troops to join in the military exercise that is taking place at Sea World, while the UAE and Saudi Arabia are „very keen“ to do so.
Sea World’s security is now under threat after the U.S. military sent a naval ship through the water and into the waterway as part of the war games, Reuters reported.
US warships sailed along the Gulf Stream Wednesday evening and have been conducting „sea exercises“ since mid-August.
The exercise is called Doha-7 and aims to test coordination, response and interoperability among different forces of the United States and its allies, according to CNN.
The American and Saudi warships, with a total of 120 ships, are part of a series of exercises being conducted around the clock, CNN reported.
Sea World, which has been a major financial backer for both campaigns in Syria and Afghanistan, has long denied having any military involvement in the Syrian civil war. The company says that the Saudi government has provi카지노ded assistance and is supporting humanitarian efforts to the Syrians during the civil war.
„Ships and ships and planes have been involved in training with allies in Syria and Yemen since at least the early 2000s and at other times the year before,“ the company wrote in its latest quarterly earnings report, according to CNN. „While we continue to engage in such engagements, no more ship or ship and plane exercises will be conducted at Sea World. There is no longer a need for such operations to be performed.“
In addition, Sea World said it would be conducting its own training in the area of disaster relief in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.