An Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia launched massive strikes against Houthi targets in Yemen. About it informs Interfax citing the Saudi SPA news agency.
As the newspaper notes, the strike was carried out after the interception and destruction of the drone, which was trying to attack the Abha international airport in Saudi Arabia. The message says the coalition has taken “swift action to deal with the sources of hostile cross-border attacks.”
It is clarified that the strikes were carried out on military targets in the Yemeni provinces of Sana’a, Damar, Saada and al-Jawf. Workshops for the production of drones and ballistic missiles, as well as warehouses and communication systems were destroyed.
The armed conflict in Yemen has continued since March 2014. An Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia supports the troops of Yemeni President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi in their confrontation with the Houthi rebels who control part of the country.