Operation Yemen Hurricane II reflects growing deterrence: official
Sanaa government Deputy Chief of General Staff Major General Ali Al-Moshki asserts that Operation Yemen Hurricane proves that the Yemeni armed forces have capabilities beyond the enemies' comprehension.
Operation Yemen Hurricane II confirmed the growth of Yemeni deterrence in the face of the coalition Saudi-led coalition and proved Sanaa's ability to reach the coalition's soil, ٍSanaa government Deputy Chief of General Staff Major General Ali Al-Moshki said Tuesday.
Al-Moshki highlighted that the operation proved that the Yemeni armed forces had an abundance of game-changing weapons, caders, and important intelligence.
He told the members states of the coalition to be aware that Sanaa is watching them closely and has a list of specific, sensitive targets.
"We possess precision weapons and drones that can reach wherever we desire inside of an aggression state or one that supports the coalition of aggression," Al-Mohski declared.
"Targetting Al Dhafra Air Base was an important message, considering that it is the main base from which fighter jets take off to bombard our Yemeni people."
He stressed that Sanaa has no bounds when it comes to defending its Yemeni people and sovereignty.
Operation Yemen Hurricane II
A large number of ballistic missiles and drones targeted sites in Abu Dhabi and southern Saudi Arabia, with two missiles launched at the UAE.
Yemeni Armed Forces spokesperson Brigadier General Yahya Saree had reported that the Yemeni armed forces targeted several vital locations in Dubai using a large number of Samad-3 UAVs, a Saudi military base, and several sites in Jizzan and Aseer using Samad-3 and Qasef-2K UAVs.