According to the spokesman for the Yemeni army, Brigadier General Yahya Serai’, the Saudi coalition launched 39 air strikes over the northern region of Yemen, with 34 of them targeting the Sa’ada governorate.
This large-scale aerial bombardment occurred in response to the devastating offensive launched by Ansarallah forces (var. Houthi) in Najran province in Saudi Arabia over the weekend.
Last Wednesday, Ansarallah forces announced the resumption of air strikes by the Saudi Arabia Coalition after a failed truce between the two parties at war.
The truce began shortly after Ansarallah forces bombed the oil facilities of Arabia Aramco, which was a blow to the oil business of the Gulf kingdom.
While the United States and Saudi Arabia accused Iran of carrying out the attack, Ansarallah forces have claimed that it was their drones that carried out the bombing of these oil facilities.