“Operation Yemen Hurricane II confirmed that we have an abundance of quality weapons, personnel and important information," Al-Mushki said in an interview with Al-Masirah television network on Tuesday.
He indicated that the countries of aggression should know for sure that they are under scrutiny and that Yemen possesses a bank of sensitive and accurate targets.
The Deputy Chief of Staff reiterated that Yemen now has accurate weapons and drones that reach wherever it wants and deep inside the invading countries and their supporters.
Major General Al-Mushki indicated that the targeting of the Al-Dhafra base by the Yemeni Armed Forces is an important message as it is a springboard for warplanes bombing Yemeni people, stressing that “we have absolutely no obstacles in defending our citizens and lands, whatever they may be.”
Saudi Arabia and the UAE, backed by the United States and regional allies, launched the war on Yemen in March 2015, with the goal of bringing the government of former Yemeni president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi back to power.
The UAE has recently escalated its aggression against Yemen, by waging airstrikes against various regions across Yemen and sending forces under its command, which it calls the Giants Brigades, formed from Salafist, Takfiri and Daesh groups, to attack the districts of Shabwa Governorate. It has also escalated its aggression by transferring weapons and military equipment to militias affiliated with the aggression through Yemeni territorial waters.
The spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces Brigadier General Yahya Sare'e stated at a press conference in the capital Sana’a on Monday that Yemeni Army had hit al- Dhafra Air Base, located approximately 32 kilometers (20 miles) south of Abu Dhabi, as well as other designated sites on the outskirts of the Emirati capital with barrages of Zulfiqar ballistic missiles during Operation Yemen Hurricane II (E'sar Al-Yemen 2).
Sare'e noted that important targets in Dubai were struck with indigenous long-endurance Sammad-3 unmanned aerial vehicles.
The senior military official went on to say that Yemeni Armed Forces also used squadrons of Sammad-1 and Qasef-2K combat drones to hit a number of military camps in the Sharurah town of Saudi Arabia’s southern region of Najran.
“Additionally, a number of vital targets and strategic sites in [the kingdom’s] Jizan and ‘Asir regions were targeted with several ballistic missiles,” Sare'e said, emphasizing that the designated locations were hit with high precision.
“Yemeni Armed Forces are fully prepared to ramp up their operations in case the enemy raises the ante,” he warned, adding, “We renew our advice to foreign companies and investors in the UAE to leave the country as it has become unsafe.”
“The UAE will be constantly targeted as long as it continues its aggression and siege against the Yemeni nation,” the spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces asserted.
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