UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — Major Yemen airstrikes against crucial targets in Saudi Arabia are in line with the Ansarullah leader’s recent televised interview, a military and strategic expert said.
General Aziz Rached, an expert on Yemeni military and strategic issues, recalled in an exclusive interview with the Iranian television channel Al-Alam two massacres perpetrated by the Saudi aggression coalition in Ramadan. “The operations of seven drones against crucial targets in Saudi Arabia are a response to these killings,” he said.
He added: “The Yemeni capabilities in drones are increasing day by day and this progress has been made possible by exemplary solidarity between the ballistic units and the artillery units. The victories recorded by the UAV units of Yemeni fighters once again show that they have prevailed over military equipment supplied by the United States, the United Kingdom and Israel to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.”
General Aziz Rached pointed out that the operations carried out on Tuesday by seven Yemeni UAVs had highlighted the inefficiency of the US-made Patriot missile systems used by Saudi Arabia.
“Yemen has targeted crucial targets in Saudi Arabia while it enjoys the strong support of the United States, France and the United Kingdom. Yemenis once again proved that they had a database listing Saudi Arabia’s strategic targets and that they were able to inflict heavy damage on the Saudis during their attacks,” Aziz Rached explained.
The Yemeni expert pointed out that this remarkable operation is a serious blow to the aggressor countries by undermining their morale, that the American and British arms had inflated. “This operation demonstrates the scientific and academic prowess of the Yemeni nation and will enhance the morale of Yemeni fighters.”
According to Aziz Rached, “the operation by seven Yemeni UAVs in the Saudi skies is a humiliating defeat for US special forces, known as” green berets”, which are deployed in Asir and Najran to intercept the missiles and Yemeni drones”.
The Yemeni expert went on to say that the attack led to a drop in stock market indexes in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates and skepticism by foreign investors.
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