Yemeni Air Force Conducts Largest Attack in Saudi Depth Since War on Yemen Began
Yemeni Armed Forces spokesman Brigadier Yahya Sare’e said, on Saturday, that the Air Force in the Army and Popular Committees conducted the largest attack on the Saudi depth since the start of the Saudi-led war on Yemen.
Brigadier Sare’e said in a statement that ten Yemeni drones have targeted Aramco’s Shaybah Oil Field and Refinery in eastern Saudi Arabia.
“The attack comes as the first operation to establish a Deterrence Balance,” he added.
He also pointed out that Shaybah Oil Field and Refinery have the largest strategic oil reserve in the Saudi Kingdom and can accommodate more than one billion barrels.
“Our Bank of targets expand daily and the next attacks will be more painful to the enemy,” Sare’e stressed, pointing out that the First Operation of Deterrence Balance comes as part of a deterrent and legitimate response to the crimes and siege against the Yemeni people.
The spokesman of the Armed Forces warned the Saudi regime and the forces of the US-backed coalition with more and attacks if the aggression continues.
He pointed out that the forces of aggression have no choice but to stop the war and lift the siege on the Yemeni people.
Brigadier Sare’e conveyed the greetings of the Yemeni Armed Forces to all honorable and free people who contributed to the success of the Shaybah Oil Field operation.
“We renew call for all companies and civilians to stay away from all vital sites and targets in the Kingdom, as they have become legitimate targets and can be hit at any time,” he concluded.