The chairman of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee has warned the Saudi-led coalition against launching a military assault on the country’s strategic western port city of Hudaydah, stressing the Yemeni forces’ response would be “unprecedented” in such a case.
“If Saudi Arabia and its allies opt to attack Hudaydah, we will take measures like never before,” said a post published on Mohammed Ali al-Houthi’s Facebook page on Saturday, the Arabic service of Russia’s Sputnik news agency reported.
He added, “We can target Saudi oil tankers. The Yemeni naval forces can strike the oil vessels. We can take any … action in case they (the Saudi-led coalition) invade Hudaydah.”
The chairman of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee stressed that all giant oil installations in Saudi Arabia would be the main targets of Yemeni missiles from now on, advising the Saudi-led coalition to refrain from a raid against Hudaydah if they want to keep Saudi oil tankers safe.
Early on November 5, Yemeni forces launched a solid propellant and Scud-type Borkan-2 (Volcano-2) missile against King Khalid International Airport, located 35 kilometers north of the Saudi capital Riyadh, in retaliation for Riyadh’s devastating aerial bombardment campaign against Yemen.
Sat Nov 11, 2017 04:20PM
US, Israel angry at Daesh defeat: Rouhani
Iran’s president says the days of terrorists in the Middle East region are numbered, and that no town or city is being held by them any longer. Hassan Rouhani made the remarks in a meeting of the heads of the three branches of government. The president said the people of Syria and Iraq, backed by friendly countries such as Iran, managed to almost entirely rid their nations of terrorism. He said certain powers sought to disintegrate countries in the region and redraw the geographical borders, but to no avail. President Rouhani noted that the US and the Israeli regime as well as their cronies are furious at achievements the regional nations have gained against terrorists. He said the situation shows the plots hatched against regional countries have been thwarted, urging people to remain vigilant against new conspiracies.