Coalition shot down a Houthi drone that was heading for Saudi Arabia

The spokesman of the Arab Coalition Forces, Col. Turki al-Maliki, said that the coalition forces this morning managed to shoot down a drone fired by the Houthis towards Saudi Arabia.

Colonel al-Maliki said in a statement that the Houthis' attempts to launch drones are doomed to failure, according to the Saudi Press Agency.

"The coalition is taking all operational measures and the best means to deal with these aircraft to protect civilians."

Colonel al-Maliki pointed out that "the recent repeated terrorist attempts by the Houthi terrorist militias are the result of significant losses among its terrorist elements, equipment and, through military operations carried out by the coalition."

He continued, "The Houthi militias' terrorist attempts and media misinformation come to raise the morale of their terrorist elements," stressing the continued leadership of the joint coalition forces to implement deterrent measures against them to neutralize and destroy these capabilities and strictly, in accordance with international humanitarian law and customary rules.

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ANHA


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