A Bahraini man was executed on Wednesday after being convicted of drug trafficking by the Saudi Authorities.
According to Saudi Press Agency (SPA), the execution was announced by the Saudi Interior Ministry, mentioning that the man was convicted of trafficking methamphetamine pills in the Eastern Province in the neighbouring Kingdom.
The statement identified the man as Ammar Abdulaziz Mansour, adding that the execution came after his appeals against the verdict were reviewed and rejected by the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court.
No further information was disclosed.
Recently, two Saudi drug regulatory organisations joined forces to control the supply of narcotics and raise awareness about the dangers of addiction.