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Saudi Arabia’s first multinational coalition shot down three drones carrying explosives

Saudi Arabia's first multinational coalition shot down three drones carrying explosives

△ Multinational Alliance Spokesperson Turki Maliki (Information Photo Source: Saudi State News Agency)

Saudi Arabia’s leading multinational coalition command issued a notice on the morning of the 15th local time that the coalition forces successfully shot down three drones from Yemen earlier that day.

In a written statement, MNA spokesman Turki al-Maliki accused the Yemeni Houthi of flying drones from the province of Hodeida in northwest Yemen, saying that the group’s attempt to use drones to attack civilians and civilian targets in southern Saudi Arabia undermines the previously agreed “Stogor”

The Mooro Agreement and the parties’ consensus on a ceasefire in Hodeida, but he did not disclose whether the incident caused casualties and other casualties or the specific location of the drone shot down.

Maliki stressed that the Saudi-led multinational coalition will take relevant measures to counter the Houthis, and will also continue to support the political efforts of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for Yemen to reach a comprehensive solution to Yemen.

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