307 Ballistic missiles fired at Saudi Arabia, 338 drones

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Riyadh, Mar.  30 (BNA): The Official Spokesman of the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen Colonel Turki Al-Malki said that the number of ballistic missiles fired at the Kingdom since the beginning of the military operations reached 307, while the number of drones reached 338, along with militia violations of international humanitarian law and the threat of maritime navigation and global trade lines south of the Red Sea and Bab el-Mandab, where 46 booby-trapped boats were destroyed, stressing that the Saudi armed forces efficiently combated these savage and hostile acts by the Houthi militia and its supporters.

He confirmed that the targeting carried out by the Houthi terrorist militia on Saturday, deliberately targeting civilians in the Saudi Arabia, and targeting the unity and solidarity of the world's countries, especially with the exceptional international circumstances in combating Coronavirus.

Colonel Al-Malki stressed that the Houthi militias have not succeeded in achieving any of their goals by launching ballistic missiles or drones, noting that Saudi Arabia continues to protect its lands and citizens, and also continues to play a leading role in solidarity with the international community in combating coronavirus and limiting its spread, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.


He pointed to the targeting and failed terrorist attempts a few days ago, in a brutal barbaric attack by the Houthi militia and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps on civilians in the cities of Abha and Khamis Mushayt, counting these terrorist acts as an extension of failed cowardly operations carried out by these terrorist militias.

Al-Malki confirmed in a press statement that according to the international humanitarian law, the Kingdom has the right to protect its citizens and residents on its soil.