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In a statement released on Saudi Press Agency on Tuesday, the Saudi Embassy in the UK hailed the court's decision and reiterated Saudi Arabia's firm commitment to comply with international humanitarian laws.
"The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UK work together in various fields, the most important of which is joint cooperation in the fight against terrorism and the desire to establish peace and stability in Yemen and the region as well," the statement said.
"The two kingdoms are also capable of conducting a frank and transparent dialogue, in an atmosphere of mutual respect," it added.
Following the court decision on Monday, British Prime Minister Theresa May told Parliament that she welcomed the judgement.
"It shows that we do in this country operate one of the most robust export-control regimes in the world," she said.
The Saudi-led Arab coalition is working with the unanimous support of the UN Security Council to thwart the Houthi-backed rebellion in Yemen against the internationally-recognised government of President Abdrabbou Mansour Hadi.
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