The Yemeni government has called on the international community to take action to stop the recent Houthi attacks. The Yemen Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a written statement after the Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The statement said, “We strongly condemn the Houthi militias targeting Saudi Arabian cities and civilians living there with ballistic missiles and UAVs. We ask the international community to fulfill their responsibilities and stop the Houthi attacks on the city of Marib and Saudi Arabian territory.”
It was also reported that what the Houthi militias did was “war crimes” and violated international conventions.
Houthi militias attack Saudi Arabia with 12 UAVs
It has been observed that the attacks of the Houthis, who frequently target the southern regions of Saudi Arabia, with UAVs and missiles, have increased.
Coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia, which support the Yemeni government, announced that the number of explosive-laden unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that the Houthi militias sent to Saudi Arabia yesterday and destroyed rose to 12.
Airstrikes on Houthi points
As the attacks of the Houthis increased, the coalition forces also launched a counter-attack, and airstrikes against you and Houthi-owned points in some provinces.
Yahya es-Seri, the military spokesperson of the Houthis, later claimed that they carried out a major operation against sensitive positions in the interior of Saudi Arabian territory.
The series claimed that in the attack carried out with 8 ballistic missiles and 14 UAVs, Saudi Aramco company located in the Port of Ras Tanura and military targets in the cities of Dammam, Asir, and Jazan were hit with a direct hit.