Civilians are a red line, Arab Coalition warns Houthis

Coalition forces would continue supporting Yemeni army, asserts Al-Maliki

On Thursday, The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen said they launched a military operation; against Houthi militias in Yemen.

Coalition spokesman Col. Turki Al-Maliki ; told a press conference in Riyadh that “targeting civilian facilities is a red line. We won’t allow this to happen.”

Furthermore; The Coalition defenses intercepted drones and missiles fired by the terrorist militias, Al-Maliki said. The Coalition destroyed 118 ballistic missiles intercepted by Saudi defenses; he added.

Also, There have been 4,276 Houthi violations in the past 45 days; according to Maliki.
In the same context; The spokesman accused Iran of using; an organized crime network. This is in order to traffick 16 shipments of arms to the terrorists.

Moreover, The operation that started Wednesday aims to neutralize the Houthis’ military capabilities; aiming to step up cross-border missile and drone attacks.