Sana’a continues aerial attacks on a Saudi airport for the third day in a row

Yemeni attacks will continue to strike deep inside Saudi Arabia as long as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its deadly "aggression" and siege, Sarie reiterated.

The Air Force of the Houthis(Anssarallah) forces has carried out retaliatory attacks on Abha International Airport in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern region of Asir.

“The Air Force has targeted Abha International Airport again for the third day in a row, with a number of Qasif-2K drones,” Sana’a Forces’s spokesman Yahya Sarie announced on Wednesday.

Brigadier Sarie clarified that the Air Force had targeted military and sensitive targets inside the airport.

“The drone attack struck the designated targets with great precisions,” he added.

He added that the airstrikes come within Yemen’s legitimate right to respond to the Saudi-led coalition’s devastating military campaign, its crimes and all-out blockade.

Sana’a Air Force had targeted, at dawn Tuesday, Abha airport with a squadron of domestically-manufactured Sammad-3 combat drones, causing accurate injuries.

Sarie reiterated that Yemeni attacks will continue to strike deep inside Saudi Arabia as long as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its deadly “aggression” and siege.

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