YEMEN (OBSERVATORY) – Russia Today correspondent in Yemen reported that 6 civilians were injured during raids carried out by the air force of the Arab coalition fighters on the capital Sana’a and on the eve of the funeral of the leader Houthi Saleh al-Samad.
Our correspondent pointed out that the coalition fighters targeted the building of the blood center at Al-Sabeen Hospital for Motherhood and Childhood in the capital Sana’a, causing material damage. The aircraft also bombed the Houthi Ministry of Interior in Al-Hasba area, north of Sana’a.
According to the sources, another raid targeted the sites of the Ansar Allah “Houthis” in the “House of the Presidency”, south of the capital, and the two flying schools and the heavy transport camp on the southern 60th Street.
Witnesses said: “The coalition aircraft is flying heavily and unprecedentedly with the opening of the sound barrier in the sky of the capital.”
This comes in conjunction with the unprecedented equipment of the Houthis for the funeral of former political council head Saleh al-Samad, who announced the establishment of a ceremony to be held on Saturday in Sana’a.
The National Defense Council of the Houthi forces stressed during a meeting that “the state of alert and raising readiness to the extreme situation.”