Yemeni air force strikes Saudi King Khalid Air Base in Khamis Mushait


Al- Thawra Net

The air forces of the  Yemeni army and popular committees on late Monday launched a series of aerial attacks on King Khalid Saudi military airbase in Khamis Mushait of Asir province, in the south-west of Saudi Arabia.

A series of drone attacks were carried out against King Khalid military airbase, in the southwest of Saudi Arabia, according to a military official reporting to Saba News.

According to the official, the Yemeni Air Force carried out several aerial attacks, using Qasif-K2 drones.

On Sunday, the Yemeni air forces launched aerial attacks on the Jizan airport, and have targeted the Saudi-led coalition unmanned aerial vehicles’ locations and stations that have been involved in the aggression against Yemen,” the official said.

“The aerial attacks come after the countries of aggression have turned the Jizan airport into a military base for waging the aggression against Yemen,” he added.

The attack on the Jizan airport is the second of its kind in about two weeks. On May 26, the Yemeni army announced that it had attacked a hangar of warplanes in the same airport, also using Qasif-K2 drone strikes.