Intercepting and destroying 3 booby-trapped marches in Yemeni airspace

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The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen said, on Wednesday, that the coalition forces had intercepted and destroyed 3 booby-trapped drones in Yemeni airspace.

In the details, the coalition forces intercepted and destroyed a booby-trapped drone in the early morning in Yemeni airspace. Minutes later, the coalition announced that its air forces had intercepted and destroyed a second booby-trapped drone. A few hours later, the coalition air forces intercepted and destroyed a third booby-trapped drone in Yemeni airspace.

The coalition indicated a hostile escalation by the terrorist Houthi militia, with attempts to target civilians.

“We take and implement operational measures to protect civilians and civilian objects from hostile attacks,” the coalition stressed.

And on Tuesday, the coalition reported Destruction of a mobile platform for launching booby-trapped drones in Sana’aHe added that the launch pad he destroyed in Sana’a was used to launch the two drones at Abha airport.

The coalition confirmed the targeting of the launch pad in Sanaa while preparing for a hostile operation with a booby-trapped march, noting that the process of destroying the launch pad in Sanaa included the elimination of the responsible elements.

The coalition published video clips documenting the targeting and destruction of a launch pad for drones in Sana’a that was used in the two hostile operations targeting Abha International Airport.

The Saudi defenses had intercepted, earlier on Tuesday, Two booby-trapped drones within 24 hours tried to attack Abha International Airport.

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen indicated that there were 8 casualties, according to the initial information of the attempted attack on Abha Airport, and shrapnel was scattered.

He also clarified that the initial information of the attempted attack on the airport indicated that a civilian aircraft of the model (320) had been damaged, some windows had been shattered, and some ground support equipment had been damaged in the airport yard.

He added that “the second attack on Abha International Airport by Al-Houthi within 24 hours, constitutes a war crime.”

The coalition had announced, at dawn on Tuesday, that the Saudi defenses had intercepted a booby-trapped Houthi drone that tried to target Abha International Airport in the Kingdom, and hours later the second march was intercepted.







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