Foiling of a Houthi drone attack targeting military officials in Hodeidah 

Foiling of a Houthi drone attack targeting military officials in Hodeidah  


Government troops foiled an attack by a Houthis drone, targeting high-ranking government military officials in the western province of Hodeidah, a government military source said Sunday.

The source told the Al-masdar online that the attack was aimed at the members of the Coordination and redeployment Committee from the government side, Maj. Gen. Sagheer bin Aziz, deputy chief of staff of the Yemeni Army for training affairs, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Musleh Aydhah, deputy head of the National Security Service, Brigadier General Ahmed Ali al-Kawkabani, commander Tihama Brigade commander.

The source did not provide further details.

Yemeni government Information Minister Muammar al-Eryani said the foiling the attack was backed by Saudi Arabian coalition forces, accusing the Houthis of "thwarting the implementation of the Sweden Agreement and aborting the efforts of the United Nations and the international community to settle the crisis."


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