Yemeni Armed Forces announce Operation Break Siege III
A third operation of a series of operations carried out with the aim of ending the unjust siege on Yemen was just announced.
The Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, said in a video statement, "In response to the continuation of the unjust siege, we carried out Operation Break Siege III," using batches of ballistic and winged missiles and drones.
Saree confirmed, "Aramco's facilities in Jeddah and vital facilities in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, were targeted," as well as "the Ras Tanura refinery and the Rabigh oil refinery were targeted by large numbers of drones."
#Breaking | A few minutes ago, the Houthis attacked Jeddah and hit Aramco’s petroleum facilities in Jeddah, west Saudi Arabia, a loud explosion was heard and a fire broke out. pic.twitter.com/IW0nivmxVt— WorldNews IL (@WorldNewsIL) March 25, 2022
The Yemeni Armed Forces also targeted Aramco in Jizan and Najran using a large number of drones, and Saree announced that "the armed forces will carry out more qualitative strikes within its list of objectives to break the siege."
Large fire at Aramco facility in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia after Houthi missile attack. It's worth noting that the Formula 1 is in Jeddah this weekend. pic.twitter.com/Ozk35ekuu0— Kyle Glen (@KyleJGlen) March 25, 2022
He stressed that the Armed Forces "will not hesitate to expand their military operations until the aggression is stopped and the siege is lifted."
Saree’s statement came right after the Saudi coalition announced that a drone attack targeted Saudi Arabia's Aramco, Jizan, Najran.
The coalition said a small fire broke out in the electricity distribution station in Samtah, Jizan, due to a Yemeni projectile.