The spokesman for the armed forces of the Houthi “Ansar Allah” group, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, Saudi Arabia, threatened “strong and painful strikes that it has not experienced before.”
In an interview with the pro-Houthi Al-Masirah channel, Saree said, “What the aggression forces have received (referring to the Arab coalition) in terms of operations during 6 years may surprise them with similar attacks and more within one year.”
He added, “We may resort to strong and painful strikes that Saudi Arabia has not committed before unless it stops its aggression and siege,” noting that “the ball is now in the court of the Saudi regime and the seventh year will be the year of surprises for military operations.”
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He stressed that “the blockade (imposed by the Arab coalition) is a hostile military action that the armed forces deal with on this basis, and we are awaiting the leadership’s directives in this regard.”
He pointed out that “the Yemeni army excelled in carrying out joint operations between the air force and ballistic missiles, and this is based on a precise technical and technical aspect.”
He continued, “We did not stop at the manufacture of drones in the traditional sense, and now we have several systems, and in each system there are several generations,” noting that “the air force has achieved a lot for the armed forces in terms of deterring the enemy and destroying its bases and centers of government.”
He added, “We are working to increase the strategic reserve of the Air Force, with ranges that are able to carry out operations along the enemy’s geography and beyond.”
He concluded by stressing that “the seventh year of the war (in Yemen) will witness the announcement of new missile systems, and some of these undeclared systems have been tested at home and in the depths of the aggression countries.”
In recent weeks, the Houthis have intensified their attacks on Saudi Arabia, with the escalation of battles to tighten control over the Marib Governorate, which is the last stronghold of the internationally recognized forces of the Yemeni President Hadi’s government backed by the Riyadh-led coalition.
Source: “The March”