A fire broke out near a floating platform of an oil distribution station in the southern Saudi region of Jazan.

Iran Press/Middle East: The Saudi Ministry of Oil has acknowledged that the fire was caused by an operation carried out by the Yemeni Ansarullah Movement.

According to Al-Jazeera, the ministry also claimed that Ansarullah forces had blown up two bomb-laden boats at the site.

The Saudi Ministry of Oil, meanwhile, said the fire did not cause any casualties. "Other than the damage caused by fire to the floating hoses in the platform, no injuries were reported."

Saudi Arabia, along with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Sudan, and the United States, began invading Yemen on March 26, 2015.

But over the past six years, with the exception of the UAE and the US, other Saudi allies have left the coalition, and Abu Dhabi has now grown from an old ally to a rival to Riyadh in southern Yemen.

Thousands of Yemenis have been killed since Saudi Arabia invaded Yemen, and according to the United Nations, famine in the country has become the biggest humanitarian catastrophe in the world.