The kingdom's justice ministry said the decision is to "protect the rights of the woman."
Lawmakers in the Netherlands passed a bill to stop arms exports to the Gulf Kingdom.
Saudi oil minister says that the decision was taken as "we want a stable oil price."
Leaders in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states are discussing the idea.
Seventeen wells have been left with temporary seals since the 1960s.
After the shots, the cargo vessel turned to the national waters of the United Arab Emirates, where that country protected it using its coast guard.
The Camp David summit is just the start in a long process needed to calm a troubled region.
The move came as Yemen's own national carrier, Yemenia, confirmed it was suspending all operations.
Houthi leader calls Saudi Arabia "Satan's horn" as airstrike campaign supporting embattled Yemeni president enters second day.
The U.S. backed Saudi airstrikes in Yemen and supported Iranian-backed militias in Iraq as nuclear deadline loomed.
Arab-Gulf oil ministers want media to present policy in a positive way after oil price coverage.
BP has had a terrible week in court
The Emirate is operating a contradictory policy towards extremists - sheltering Islamist groups while participating in U.S.-led airstrikes on Islamic State targets