Saudi Arabia and UAE were hit on Monday by drones and ballistic missiles in retaliation for the ongoing aggression on Yemen, Yemeni Armed Forces announced.
In a statement, Yemeni Armed Forces said “Yemen Tornado-2 Operation” targeted the Saudi and Emirati depth with drones and ballistic missiles.
Several ballistic missiles, dubbed “Zoulfikar”, hit Al-Dhafra airbase in Abu Dhabi as well as other sensitive sites in the Emirati capital.
“Sammad-3” drones also targeted vital posts in Dubai, according to the statement.
Meanwhile, Saudi bases in Najran’s Sharurah were targeted by “Sammad-1” and “Kassef-2-K” drones, the statement said, adding that ballistic missiles hit Jizan and Asir.
“Yemen Tornado-2 Op.” accurately hit its target, Yemeni Armed Forces said, stressing full readiness to confront any escalation by aggression powers.
“Escalation to be met with escalation,” the statement said, renewing a call for foreign firms to leave the UAE.
For its part, the UAE reported an attack on Abu Dhabi, claiming it has intercepted ballistic missiles.
The videos below were circulated on social media and show Yemeni missiles in the Emirati sky.
Source: Al-Manar English Website