The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced that it had destroyed arms transfers in the capital, Sanaa, after monitoring them.
He added that the implementation of the operation came in response to the threat and the principle of military necessity, calling on civilians not to gather or approach the target site in Sana’a.
The coalition had announced the end of the deadline announced for the Houthi militia to remove weapons from the Al-Thawra Sports Stadium in Sanaa.
He made it clear in a previous statement that it would force the Houthis to respect the provisions and provisions of international humanitarian law.
The coalition had given a 6-hour deadline to remove the weapons and restore the civilian eye to its normal state.
He said that the deadline starts at (20:00 local time) Sana’a time, adding that dropping the protection from the stadium will be based on the provisions and provisions of international humanitarian law.
“We will drop the protection from the stadium if the Houthis do not comply with the provisions of international humanitarian law,” he added.
The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced on Wednesday evening that it had carried out precise air strikes on legitimate military targets in Sanaa in response to the threat.
He also explained that the operation in Sana’a was an immediate response after the destruction of a march launched towards Jazan, noting that it targeted the central security camp in the capital, Sana’a, with painful strikes, and destroyed 7 stores of drones and weapons in the camp.
A picture from the bombing of Sanaa airport
Prior to this, the coalition asked civilians not to congregate or approach the targeted sites in Sana’a.
The coalition stressed that targeting civilians is matched by the option of air strikes within the framework of international humanitarian law.