Houthis’ drones on Thursday targeted King Khalid Airbase in Khamis Mushait city in southwest Saudi Arabia, Sana’a forces spokesman Grig. Gen. Yahya Sarei said.
Sarei added the army drones hit the King Khalid Airbase with a drone type of Qasef 2k, stressing the targeting came in response to the continuing aggression and siege on Yemen.
The Spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces reported a new retaliatory drone strike on King Khalid airbase in the Southwestern Saudi city of Khamis Mushait.
Brigadier General Yahya Sarei stated a Qasef-2K was used in the attack, adding that the raid was accurate, legitimate and a natural response to the Saudi war and siege of Yemen, Yemeni News reported.
On Wednesday, Al-Jazeera news channel reported that a senior commander of the Saudi-led coalition had been killed in Yemen. Major General Mohammad Al-Harmali died in clashes with Yemeni Army soldiers and allied fighters from Popular Committees in the Central province of Ma’rib, according to the report.
It comes after Sana’a forces said it has launched a fresh drone strike on a major airbase in Saudi Arabia in retaliation for the Riyadh regime’s ongoing military aggression and blockade against the war-torn impoverished country.
Sarei announced late on Tuesday that army troops and allied fighters from Popular Committees had hit sensitive targets in King Khalid airbase, South of the Saudi capital Riyadh.