Houthi insurgents said on Sunday (November 21) thOn they launched 14 bomb-laden drones to assault airports and Armco oil amenities in Saudi Arabia. The insurgents said this was carried out in response to “Saudi-led coalition escalation in Yemen”.
“We focused the King Khalid Air Base in Riyadh metropolis with 4 drones, hitting army goals On the King Abdullah Worldwide Airport and Aramco oil refineries in Jeddah metropolis with 4 drones, placing a army goal in Abha Worldwide Airport in Abha metropolis with a drone, concentrating on completely different army websites Inside the cities of Jazan, Najran and Abha with 5 drones,” Houthi army spokesman Yehya Sarea said in A press launch.
In the meantime, Saudi-owned Al-Arabiya Tv has reported thOn the coalition intercepted an explosive-laden drone launched by the Houthis from Sanaa Worldwide Airport in Yemen in the direction of Saudi Arabia, and “It is Dealing with completely different Houthi threats”, reviews Xinhua information agency.
Houthi insurgents stopping in the direction ofs the Yemen authorities are supported by Iran. Saudi Arabia leads a army coalition in the direction ofs Houthi insurgents.
Houthi insurgents have recently intensified cross-border missile and drone assaults.
In February, the insurgent group started A critical offensive in the direction ofs the Saudi-backed authorities army To grab the oil-rich province of Marib.
(With inputs from businesses)