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Houthis next target?

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — “Deterrent 2” is the term chosen by General Yahya Saree, spokesman of the Yemeni Armed Forces, to talk about the drone attacks on Saudi Aramco crude oil processing facilities.

“If you want the peace and security of your facilities, as well as glass towers that can not withstand a drone, leave Yemen alone,” warned the spokesman of the Yemeni Armed Forces when addressing the Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

“Our forces are capable of producing and producing drones as quickly as possible,” said the spokesman of the Yemeni Armed Forces.

“The rapid strikes on Aramco’s oil facilities were carried out after careful aerial observation,” said the Yemeni general.

Reacting to the Saudi Minister of Energy’s statements regarding the return to normal oil production in Saudi Arabia, he said: “The damage done to Aramco is far greater than the Saudi authorities say.”

He quickly pointed out that Operation Deterrence 2 was conducted by drones.

“The new Yemeni drones are capable of carrying four rockets equipped with fragmentation warheads,” he said.

He again warned the attackers in Yemen, particularly Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. “We will not hesitate to react quickly to the aggression of the enemy.”

“In the Emirati regime, we say that the slightest operation could cost you dearly. You will regret it if your management decides to send instructions to its armed forces to launch an answer in the coming days or weeks, “warned the spokesman of the Yemeni armed forces.

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