Hundreds of people have gathered outside Saudi Arabia’s embassy in the Lebanese capital city of Beirut to protest against the Saudi-led military aggression against people, which claimed the lives of thousands of civilians and left the country's infrastructure in ruins.
Demonstrators holding signs and placards chanted outside the residence on Sunday afternoon, with many calling on the United Nations and other world bodies to stop the massacres against the Yemeni people.
The participants also denounced attempts by a number of Persian Gulf littoral states to normalize diplomatic relations with the Tel Aviv regime.
Lebanese security forces set up iron barriers in front of the Saudi embassy and removed protesters 100 away meters from the building. There were no reports of clashes between security forces and the demonstrators.