Saudi occupation forces have set up new military positions and monitoring towers in nearby heights of Shihan border crossing in Mahrah province, eastern Yemen, overlooking the territory in Oman, on Sunday.
Local sources said Saudi occupation troops were carrying out ongoing developments as part of the militarization of the province.
Moreover, the occupation forces have continued to intensify and expand their military deployment in the coasts of Mahrah the province.
The sources affirmed on Saturday that the Saudi forces deployed military naval boats in Mahrah coast, under the pretext of combating smuggling and piracy. Those forces had previously prevented fishermen from fishing and seeking their livelihood on the coasts, using military force against them.
For his part, the chairman of the sit-in committee in the shihan directorate, Hamid Za’abanout said, in a tweet, that Saudi forces have developed sites for new watchtowers in the vicinity and inside the customs of Shihan port. He said Riyadh forces had set up new watchtowers in a mountain near the port.