Housit drones attacked Saudi airports

Despite the prevailing image of “tramp in Vietnamese”, supporters of the Yemeni rebel movement Ansar Allah (Hussites) mastered attacks on various objects of Saudi Arabia using unmanned aerial vehicles.

Arab media reported that on Saturday, with the help of UAVs, Husites attacked airports in the cities of Jizan and Abha in Saudi Arabia.

Rebels claim that as a result of attacks by drones, Saudi military installations were damaged and led to the suspension of air traffic with attacked airfields.

The Saudi coalition has confirmed the attack of only one airfield - in Jizan, but claims that the Husit drone was shot down.

Recall that in the history of the confrontation in the southeast of the Arabian Peninsula this is far from the first Hussite attack carried out using unmanned aerial vehicles.

So, the airfields in the cities of Jizan and Abha were already attacked on June 15, and on June 11, Husites with the help of UAVs attacked the Saudi military air base named after King Khaled near the Yemeni border.

It is also worth noting that with the help of UAVs stuffed with explosives, the Hussites adapted to disable the pipelines belonging to the Saudi state oil company Aramco.
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