South Korea announced, on Friday, its strong condemnation of the recent attack on the oil tanker “Mercer Street” in the Arabian Sea.
In a statement, the South Korean Foreign Ministry said the attack was a “clear violation of international law.” The ministry added in a statement that it “rejects all actions that contradict peace and stability in the Middle East.”
She expressed her sincere condolences to the families of the deceased sailors and their bereaved families.
In this context, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announced, last Wednesday, that his country addressed the UN Security Council regarding Iran’s attack on the tanker “Mercer Street” in the Sea of Oman. Mercer Street, occupied by an Israeli billionaire, was attacked, and Tel Aviv accused Tehran of being behind it.