Saudi airstrikes target telecommunication network in Amran province

Saudi airstrikes target telecommunication network in Amran province

The US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition has on Tuesday targeted the Yemeni telecommunications network in Jabal Dhain, Amran Governorate, with 9 strikes.

The telecommunications network in Jabal Dhain was first targeted by 6 airstrikes, wity 3 extra raids following soon after.


Last week, the invaders already targeted a communications tower, owned by the MTN company, in the Al-Wael Mukhlq area in the Al-Abdiyah district in Amran province.

Previously, on June 19, the aggressors targeted the communications network in Ajmer hill in the Bani Sarim district, Amran, as well as hitting communications networks, stations and towers in Bani Ghaith, Bani Sarim district, Jabal Azhem, Dhbein district in the province of Amran the same monthm

In addition, the invaders have in the past targeted the Al-Hawri hill in the Sana’a governorate with more than 5 raids, which led to the cease of communication and internet services in over 15 regions in Amran, Sana’a and Jawf.

These attacks point to a deliberate attempt by the Saudi-led invaders to cut off Yemen’s communication networks, both domestic and abroad.