The “Yemen Hurricane” operation in UAE’s depth

The Yemeni army on Monday announced the implementation of the military operation “Yemen Hurricane” in the depth of the Emirati territories, in response to the military escalation of the US-backed Saudi-Emirati-led coalition.

The armed forces spokesman, Brigadier General Yahya Sarie, said that the military operation targeted Abu Dhabi and Dubai airports, Al-Musaffah oil refinery in Abu Dhabi, and a number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities.

The military operation was carried out with five winged and ballistic missiles and large number of drones, which hit the goals successfully, Brig. Gen. Sarie explained.

“The armed forces, while implementing today what they promised, renewed the warning to the aggression countries that they will receive more painful and harsh blows,” the spokesman said.

He also called on foreign companies, citizens and residents of the UAE state to stay away from vital sites and facilities for their own safety.

“We will not hesitate to expand the bank of targets to include more important sites and facilities during the coming period,” Sarie added.

The army spokesman stressed that the armed forces declare that “the UAE is an unsafe state as long as its aggressive escalation against Yemen continues.”

In this context, the head of the Sanaa negotiating delegation and Ansarullah spokesman, Mohammed Abdulsalam, commented on the qualitative military operation carried out by the Yemeni army forces in the Emirati territories depth.

Abdulsalam tweeted on Twitter, describing the UAE as “A small state in the region that is desperate to serve America and Israel. It had claimed that it had distanced itself from Yemen, but it was recently exposed, contrary to what it claimed.”

He added that the UAE “must hasten to stop its hand from tampering in Yemen, or it will face the one who will cut its hand.”

Foreign media revealed that the air attack that targeted vital sites in the UAE, on Monday, caused confusion and great concern for the Emirati leadership and cast a shadow over the risks that surround the oil market in the region.

Bloomberg stated that Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, the UAE’s de facto ruler, canceled a planned meeting with visiting South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Monday due to an “unforeseen threat to the state.”

One of the biggest attacks to date on UAE soil ignited a fire at Abu Dhabi’s main international airport and set fuel tanks ablaze in a nearby industrial area. Initial information suggested there was little or no impact on departing or arriving flights, according to a search of the tracking website FlightRadar24.

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