The Yemeni missile forces launched a ballistic missile on Saturday, targeting a military camp belonging to Saudi-led coalition mercenaries in Ma’rib province, Spokesman of the Armed Forces Brigadier General Yahya Sare’e said on Sunday.
The military spokesman confirmed in tweet that the missile forces bombed the joint operations room at Tadawin camp in Marib province with a Badr-P ballistic missile.
The missile hit its target with high accuracy, killing and wounding 15 of Saudi forces, including eight commanders and seven others wounded, he added.
He noted that ambulances were seen rushing to the scene amid great terror and confusion among the enemies.
Sare’e concluded by saying: “The Armed Forces confirm that their operations will continue as long as the aggression and siege continue, and that all the movements of the enemies are monitored and will be targeted wherever they are.”