Yemen’s revolutionaries warned Saudi Arabia against attacking Safer oilfields, stressing that such offensive will be met by a retaliatory strike on Aramco, a report said on Tuesday.
“As the confrontations intensify on the northern and western fronts of Marib, and as the allied forces of Yemeni Army and Popular Committees approach the Safer oilfields Sanaa has sent several messages to Saudi,” Al-Akhbar Lebanese daily reported.
The messages were sent either via the drone strikes which targeted the Kingdom recently or via other diplomatic channels, the daily noted.
“The message stipulates that the oil facility in Safer is a redline, and in case it is targeted by the Saudi-led coalition, the allied forces will hit Saudi’s giant, Aramco, as well as other sensitive posts across the Kingdom.”
The Yemeni message came following warnings by tribes in the area that Saudi-led mercenaries would resort to bomb the oilfields in Safer, the report added.
Earlier on Sunday, Yemeni Armed Forces targeted five Saudi airports simultaneously in an operation dubbed “Deterrence Balance”, Spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces Brigadier General Yahya Saree said, noting that the attacks prompted Saudi Airlines to delay dozens of flights.
Saree warned that any attack would be retaliated against Riyadh attacks like the “airport-to-airport” equation.
Source: Al-Akhbar Lebanese daiy