Saudi coalition warplanes twice bomb Yemeni Ministry of Communications surroundings
In its new aggression against Yemen, the Saudi coalition warplanes twice bombed the surroundings of the Yemeni Ministry of Communications.
According to the Yemeni chain Al-Masirah, the coalition led by Saudi Arabia against Yemen launched two air strikes on the building of the Yemeni Ministry of Communications in Sanaa, the capital, on Monday morning February 14, 2022.
No fatalities have been reported yet. However, the Saudi coalition claims to have destroyed a communications system allegedly used in attacks with unmanned aircraft (drones) by Yemeni forces, located near the Ministry of Communications, reports the official Saudi news agency SPA.
Saudi coalition planes, according to Al-Masirah, have also launched at least 10 bombing raids in previous 24 hours on the city of Harad in Hajjah province (northwest Yemen). In addition, the Yemeni province of Saada has been the target of several attacks by Saudi fighters.
The Saudi coalition bombing campaign comes after the Yemeni Army launched a drone attack on a key Saudi Arabian military base at Abha airport on Thursday, in retaliation for Riyadh-led coalition aggression against Yemen.
Since March 2015, Riyadh and its allies have carried out a brutal invasion campaign against the Yemeni nation, using sophisticated weapons of various types, including internationally banned ones, in order to restore former Yemeni fugitive president Abdu Abdu to power. Rabuh Mansur Hadi and crush the Ansarolá Yemeni popular movement.
In retaliation for the Saudi aerial bombardments in Yemen, as well as the inhumane blockade that the aggressors have imposed on the Yemeni people for more than six years, the Yemeni Army and the Ansarolá fighters are attacking the oil infrastructure and sensitive military installations in Saudi Arabia.
The Yemeni forces, backed by the popular committees, are growing stronger, so that Riyadh and its allies have not achieved any of their objectives and their aggression has only caused the death and displacement of millions of Yemeni civilians, as well as the destruction of infrastructure and the spread of famine and infectious diseases in the poorest country in the Arab world.