Huge fires Saudi Arabia is subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" from the Houthis

Huge fires Saudi Arabia is subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" from the Houthis The coalition in Yemen announced that Saudi Arabia was subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" on Friday, pointing out that it is exercising "restraint" to ensure the success of the United Nations-led consultations aimed at ending the crisis in the country.  The coalition in Yemen announced that Saudi Arabia was subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" on Friday, pointing out that it is exercising "restraint" to ensure the success of the United Nations-led consultations aimed at ending the crisis in the country.  The coalition said in a statement reported by the official Saudi Press Agency that "the Saudi defenses destroyed two booby-trapped marches that were launched towards Najran (southwest)."   He explained that the kingdom was subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" on Friday.  He added, "We are exercising restraint for the sake of our Yemeni brothers, to ensure the success of the consultations (led by the UN envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg)."  On Thursday, Grundberg announced the conclusion of the third week of consultations between the Yemeni parties, which he announced on March 7 in the Jordanian capital, Amman, with the aim of ending the crisis that has erupted for nearly seven years.  The Saudi-led coalition warned the Houthi group "not to persist in their grave violations, and not to test the coalition."  In a related context, Houthi military spokesman Yahya Saree announced in a statement the launch of batches of ballistic and winged missiles and the air force on vital facilities and targets in Saudi Arabia.  "The strikes targeted Aramco facilities in Jeddah (west), Jizan and Najran (southwest), the Ras Al Tanoura refinery and the Rabigh oil refinery," the statement, published by the Houthis' Al Masirah TV channel, said.  The strikes also targeted "vital facilities and targets (which he did not specify) in Riyadh, Dhahran al-Janoub, Abha and Khamis Mushait (southwest)," according to the group.  The statement vowed to "carry out more qualitative strikes within the Bank of Goals to Break the Siege."  The Houthis used to launch ballistic missiles, drones and projectiles at Saudi areas, in return for repeated announcements by the Arab coalition to thwart these attacks, while some of them left civilian casualties.  Yemen has been witnessing for nearly 7 years a continuous war between the pro-government forces backed by an Arab military alliance led by the neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iranian-backed Houthis, who have controlled several governorates, including the capital, Sanaa, since September 2014.

The coalition in Yemen announced that Saudi Arabia was subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" on Friday, pointing out that it is exercising "restraint" to ensure the success of the United Nations-led consultations aimed at ending the crisis in the country.

The coalition in Yemen announced that Saudi Arabia was subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" on Friday, pointing out that it is exercising "restraint" to ensure the success of the United Nations-led consultations aimed at ending the crisis in the country.

The coalition said in a statement reported by the official Saudi Press Agency that "the Saudi defenses destroyed two booby-trapped marches that were launched towards Najran (southwest)."


He explained that the kingdom was subjected to 16 "hostile attacks" on Friday.

He added, "We are exercising restraint for the sake of our Yemeni brothers, to ensure the success of the consultations (led by the UN envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg)."

On Thursday, Grundberg announced the conclusion of the third week of consultations between the Yemeni parties, which he announced on March 7 in the Jordanian capital, Amman, with the aim of ending the crisis that has erupted for nearly seven years.

The Saudi-led coalition warned the Houthi group "not to persist in their grave violations, and not to test the coalition."

In a related context, Houthi military spokesman Yahya Saree announced in a statement the launch of batches of ballistic and winged missiles and the air force on vital facilities and targets in Saudi Arabia.

"The strikes targeted Aramco facilities in Jeddah (west), Jizan and Najran (southwest), the Ras Al Tanoura refinery and the Rabigh oil refinery," the statement, published by the Houthis' Al Masirah TV channel, said.

The strikes also targeted "vital facilities and targets (which he did not specify) in Riyadh, Dhahran al-Janoub, Abha and Khamis Mushait (southwest)," according to the group.

The statement vowed to "carry out more qualitative strikes within the Bank of Goals to Break the Siege."

The Houthis used to launch ballistic missiles, drones and projectiles at Saudi areas, in return for repeated announcements by the Arab coalition to thwart these attacks, while some of them left civilian casualties.

Yemen has been witnessing for nearly 7 years a continuous war between the pro-government forces backed by an Arab military alliance led by the neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iranian-backed Houthis, who have controlled several governorates, including the capital, Sanaa, since September 2014.
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