The Arab coalition in support of legitimacy in Yemen announced, this evening, Saturday, the implementation of a qualitative operation in Sana’a, Saada and Ma’rib that destroyed 13 military targets of the Houthi militia.
The coalition confirmed, in a statement, that the targets that were targeted included weapons depots, air defense systems, and communications to launch the marches.
He pointed out that the qualitative operation in Sana’a, Saada and Ma’rib prepared the operational environment for an immediate response to threats.
In the same context, the Houthi rebels announced, on Saturday evening, a new attack on Aramco and Saudi airports.
Houthi spokesman, Yahya Saree, said in a statement followed by “The Yemeni Scene”, that the King Khalid Air Base, Abha and King Abdullah airports, and Aramco’s refineries in Jeddah were targeted by drones.
He stated that his group targeted King Khalid base in Riyadh with 4 drones and bombed military targets at King Abdullah Airport in Jeddah.
He pointed out that the Aramco refineries in Jeddah were also bombed by 4 drones.
And he talked about the bombing of military targets at Abha, Najran and Jizan airports with 6 drones.
And he threatened to confront what he called “escalation by escalation” until the war stops and the siege is lifted.
The Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia announced yesterday, Saturday evening, the destruction of three booby-trapped drones launched by the Houthi militia towards the southern region, stressing the start of a qualitative operation to deal with the sources of the threat.
The Arab coalition also revealed the destruction of a booby-trapped drone in Yemeni airspace that took off from Sanaa airport.