Sana’a Forces Shoot Down Saudi Spy Plane in Hajjah

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The air defenses of Sana’a forces shot down an armed spy plane of the Saudi Air Force while it was violating the armistice in the airspace of Hajjah province on Saturday.

The official spokesman for Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Sarie, explained in a statement that the air defenses managed to shoot down a Turkish-made spy plane of “Karyal” type belonging to the Saudi Air Force while it was carrying out hostile missions in the airspace of Hiran area in Hajjah this morning.

He pointed out that the targeting process was carried out with a locally made surface-to-air missile, which has not been disclosed yet.

Brigadier General Sarie affirmed that the armed forces are present and ready to respond to any breach or aggression by the Saudi-Emirati coalition.

He pointed out that such attacks confirm the coalition’s non-compliance with the armistice.

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