BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – A major commander in the Yemeni Armed Forces was interviewed by the Tasnim News Agency on Sunday; he would discuss a number of topics, including the ongoing war and Saudi Arabia’s participation.

Colonel Aziz Rashid told Tasnim that his forces have an entire database of Saudi economic targets, which could come under attack at any moment from their missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).

The Yemeni commander touched on the recent attack that was carried out at the Abha Airport, which saw the use of a UAV on this imperative Saudi installation.

Colonel Rashid then vowed to continue targeting the Saudi economic infrastructure, adding that there are more attacks to come.

“The coming days would witness major confrontations,” Rashid added.

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