Sana'a (IP) - A spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces announced an attack on sensitive military sites at Najran airport and King Khalid air base in southern Saudi Arabia.

Iran Press/Middle East:  Yahya Saree, the spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces, announced Monday morning that the Yemeni Air Force and the popular committees had launched an operation with two Badr ballistic missiles and four Qasef-2k drones at Najran airport and King Khalid air base in Khamis Mushait in southern Saudi Arabia.

Sari added: The targeting comes within the framework of legitimate response to the aggression's escalation and an all-out siege on the Yemeni people.

The airbase has been repeatedly targeted due to its military importance in terms of its location closest to the Yemeni border, which makes it easier for Saudi warplanes to take off and hit their targets in less time and without needing to provide fuel in the air as their taking off from the bases and airports from Jeddah and other Saudi cities.

Fighter Jets from the Saudi coalition again bombed areas in Marib province on Saturday night.

Yemen's Al-Masirah network reported that fighter jets of the Saudi coalition have targeted the Marib province at least 25 times.

Yemeni Armed Forces have repeatedly warned the Saudi regime to stop its war, promising the regime larger and larger operations if it continues its aggression and siege on the country.

Yemen’s Air Force has stepped up the retaliatory attacks on Saudi Arabia in recent months.

Since the beginning of April, the Armed Forces have implemented more than 13 offensive operations, which have diversified their objectives and weapons. Among the most important and largest of these was the 30th of Shaaban Operation, which targeted, with 17 drones and ballistic missiles, Aramco refineries in Jeddah and Jubail regions, and other vital targets in Jizan.


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