After the Houthi armed forces fired ballistic missiles and drones to Saudi Arabia, coalition forces launched an attack in Yemen.
The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen said that after the Houthis allied with Iran fired ballistic missiles and armed drones to Saudi Arabia, it bombed military targets in the capital Sana’a, including the Saudi Aramco oil facility in Jeddah. .
The tit-for-tat violence has Sharp escalation Despite the efforts of the United States and the United Nations to achieve a ceasefire during the seven-year war that led to a terrible humanitarian crisis, in the past few months.
A statement from the coalition stated that the coalition “performed precision strikes on the legitimate military targets of Sana’a” on Tuesday and also attacked Houthi targets in Malibu and Juuf in the past 24 hours.
A spokesperson for the Houthi military said earlier that the organization had launched multiple ballistic missiles and used 25 armed drones to attack Saudi targets, including the Saudi Aramco oil facility in Jeddah and the national defense facility in Riyadh. Department.
The coalition said late Monday that a ballistic missile was intercepted over Riyadh and local residents reported a loud noise and destroyed two armed drones launched from Yemen to the kingdom.
There were no reports of casualties or major losses caused by the Houthi attack. The spokesperson said that in addition to the military base in Riyadh and the city’s airport, it also includes the King Fahd Air Base in Taif.
As the coalition intensified its airstrikes on Sana’a and Malibu, which is rich in natural gas, the Houthis intensified its cross-border attacks. Focus of war Thousands of fighters from both sides died there.
The Saudis accuse Iran of providing missiles to the Houthis, and UN investigators say that some of the weapons have technical features similar to those made by Iran. The Houthis say they make their own weapons.
After the Houthi forces drove the internationally recognized government out of Sana’a, the coalition intervened in Yemen in 2015.
The war has caused tens of thousands of deaths, mainly civilians, and pushed Yemen towards Edge of Famine.