The official spokesman for the coalition forces "the Saudi-led Coalition to Support legitimacy in Yemen," Colonel, Turki Al-Maliki said that the coalition forces managed, on Wednesday, to intercept and shoot down a hostile drone launched by the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias towards the civilian objects in the city of Najran.
Last week, Saudi air defenses intercepted three ballistic missiles in the Najran sky fired by Houthi militias, according to sources at that time.
The official spokesman for the coalition forces "the Saudi-led Coalition to Support legitimacy in Yemen," Colonel, Turki Al-Maliki, has repeatedly stressed that the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias' attempts to launch drones are doomed to failure, especially as the coalition takes all operational procedures, and the best means to deal with those drones to protect civilians and civilian objects.
Al-Maliki also confirmed that the recently-repeated terrorist attempts by the terrorist Houthi militias come as a result of significant losses among its members, equipment and materiel, and through military operations carried out by the coalition forces, stressing that the leadership of the joint coalition forces continues to implement deterrent measures against this terrorist Houthi militias to strictly neutralize and destroy these capabilities, in accordance with international humanitarian law and its customary rules.
According to SPA: "Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen launched several air strikes on the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militia in the Haradh front, north of Hijjah province in northwest Yemen. The raids resulted in the death and injuries among the Houthi terrorist militia, and the destruction of a number of its mechanisms".
It's noteworthy that the Saudi-led Coalition to Support legitimacy in Yemen had announced on Sunday that its jet fighters destroyed a warehouse of light and medium weapons and ammunition belonging to the terrorist Houthi militias in Bani Moa'in in the province of Sa'da.
The Saudi-led Coalition to Support legitimacy in Yemen's warplanes intensified air strikes on the cantonment sites of terrorist Houthi militias in western Sa'da, which resulted in the destruction of coup mechanisms in the strategic Al-Athnab mountain in the same region as well as deaths and injuries among the terrorist Houthi militias.