The Iran-backed Houthi militias in Yemen threatened on Saturday to launch attacks against Riyadh and Abu Dhabi, claiming they have the necessary arsenal to carry out such assaults.
“We have aerial photographs and coordinates of dozens of headquarters, facilities and military bases of the enemy,” Houthi military spokesman Yahya Saree said in comments carried by the rebels’ Al-Masirah channel.
“The legitimate targets of our forces extend to the capital of Saudi Arabia and to the emirate of Abu Dhabi,” capital of the UAE, he said.
“We have manufactured advanced generations of attack aircraft, and new systems will soon be functional.”
The militias also admitted to launching 17 terrorist attacks in the Red Sea during four years.
They vowed to continue the developments of offensive capabilities to launch attacks in the Red Sea and Yemen’s coast, demonstrating their lack of commitment to