Houthi missiles a threat to region

An artist paints a mural as part of the "Cholera" campaign to depict the suffering of cholera patients in Sanaa. — Reuters

RIYADH — The Arab Quartet Ministerial Group on Yemen warned that the launch of the ballistic missiles and Iranian-made drones by Houthi militias pose a grave threat to regional security and prolong the conflict.

In a statement issued on Saturday, Saudi Ambassador Mohammed Saeed Al-Jaber said the group expressed its full support for Saudi Arabia and its legitimate national security concerns.

While calling for an end to the attacks by the coup militias and their allies, the group vowed its commitment to have a comprehensive political solution to the Yemeni crisis in accordance with the Stockholm agreement.

Al-Jaber said British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and his UAE counterpart Abdullah Bin Zayed and Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel Al-Jubeir discussed the Yemeni crisis during their meeting in London.

Meanwhile, a number of terrorist Houthi militias were killed and wounded in air strikes conducted by Arab Coalition aircraft in Taiz governorate in Yemen.

According to the September Net website of the Yemeni Army, Arab Coalition aircraft targeted reinforcements of Houthi militias in the city of Taiz which resulted in the killing and injuries of a number of Houthi militias.

A number of military vehicles of the militias was also destroyed the raid..

Yemeni army units and the Yemeni popular resistance restored Torsah area, west of Al-Azareq district.

The Yemeni army forces and the popular resistance sent military reinforcements backed by the Coalition to Al-Azareq District. — Agencies