The Yemeni armed forces announced the execution of 3rd phase of the 2nd siege-breaking operation, which targeted Aramco in Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah and vital targets in Jizan.

Iran PressMiddle East: In a statement on Monday, The Yemeni armed forces’ spokesman Brigadier General Yahya Sare’e explained that the 3rd phase of the 2nd siege-breaking operation was carried out with Quds-2 winged missiles, and the operation successfully achieved its goals.

“The Saudi enemy has been warned that the Yemeni Armed Forces focused strikes against vital targets started to break the blockade on Yemen. The Armed Forces will not hesitate to expand the bank of targets during the next stage,” the spokesman of the Yemeni armed forces said, according to Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah television network.

The armed forces indicated that the large-scale military operation in its two phases was carried out with a batch of winged and ballistic missiles and drones, stressing that the operation comes within the framework of its legitimate response to the continuation of the aggression and the unjust siege on Yemenis.
The Yemeni armed forces vowed to carry out military operations to break the unjust siege, including sensitive targets, that will surprise the criminal Saudi enemy.

“Armed Forces have adopted a large number of vital targets’ coordinates that may be targeted at any moment,” Sare’e added.

On March 11, the Armed Forces announced the 1st Siege-breaking Operation in response to US-Saudi escalation, siege, preventing entry of fuel ships, targeting the Saudi Aramco refinery in Riyadh, Aramco facilities in Jizan, Abha, and other sensitive sites.
The US-Saudi-Emirati aggression has lately ramped up its airstrikes against various regions across Yemen, tightening the siege and preventing the entry of Fuel Tankers.
In response to the continued escalation of aggression, three operations were carried out named ‘Yemen hurricane’ targeting Saudi and UAE depth with ballistic missiles and drones.
Saudi Arabia launched the war on Yemen in March 2015, leading a military campaign consisting of its regional allies, including the UAE.
The kingdom estimated at the beginning of the war that it would come out victorious within just a few weeks. However, the war continued for seven years, leaving hundreds of thousands of Yemenis dead and displacing millions more. It has also destroyed Yemen’s infrastructure and spread famine and infectious diseases there.


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