Arab Alliance: the Aircraft” Ababeel Drones” used in Aramco attack were Iranian-made and not launched from Yemen

Arab Alliance: the Aircraft” Ababeel Drones” used in Aramco attack were Iranian-made and not launched from Yemen


The Arab Coalition for The Support of Legitimacy in Yemen announced Monday the preliminary results of an investigation of the bombing of Aramco oil facilities in eastern Saudi Arabia on Saturday.

The Houthi group claimed responsibility for the attack, which targeted two Aramco plants and said it carried out it with 10 drones after an intelligence operation and the cooperation of the honorable."

The spokesman of the Arab Coalition, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, said at a press conference, that a major terrorist attack on Saturday targeted oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, and that preliminary investigations indicate that the weapons used in the attacks of Khreis and Al-Qaqiq are Iranian, pointing out that the Houthi Iranian-made named “Ababeel”.

He pointed out that the investigations are still continuing and have not been completed  with the competent authorities, all indications and indications of the operations and weapons that were used, give a preliminary indication that these weapons are Iranian weapons, and we are working on the completion of the investigations." .

Al-Maliki added that the attack on Aramco’s two factories did not come from Yemeni territory, as the Houthi militias announced.

He stressed that the coalition has the ability to defend vital installations, saying: "We have the ability to confront these attacks."

According to Reuters, the attack on Aramco's oil facilities reduced Saudi oil production by 5.7 million barrels per day, nearly half.


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