Riyadh: Coalition forces took immediate action to save Saudi Arabia’s Abha airport, which was thwarted by Houthi militias.

In this regard, the spokesman of the coalition forces said that on Saturday, another attempt was made by the Houthi militia to target the Abha airport which was thwarted.

According to Saudi media, the coalition forces have said that all attempts by the Houthi militia to carry out terrorist acts will be thwarted.

The spokesman said the Houthi rebels were still pursuing vicious attempts to target Saudi installations and civilians.

It should be noted that three days ago, the Houthi militia had tried to target the southern part of Saudi Arabia with a drone, which was thwarted.

It should be noted that three days ago, the Abha airport in the southwestern city of Saudi Arabia was attacked by Houthi rebels, as a result of which a fire broke out in a passenger plane which was immediately extinguished.

The Arab League has confirmed the attack, calling it terrorism and a war crime. The Arab League said in a statement that attempting to target the international base and endangering the lives and property of civilian passengers was a war crime.

Reacting to the attack, the Pakistani Foreign Office also said that Pakistan strongly condemned the attacks by Houthi militants.

In this regard, Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that the security and peace of Saudi Arabia are in danger, Pakistan demands an immediate stop to such attacks.

It should be noted that the Houthi rebels overthrew the Yemeni government in 2015, after which the Saudi coalition launched an operation against them in March of the same year, as a result of which the control of the coastal areas of Yemen was taken away from the Houthis.

The Saudi-led military coalition has been fighting the Houthi rebel movement since 2015.

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