Riyadh, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, the Official Spokesman for the Coalition Forces "Coalition for Support of Legitimacy in Yemen" confirmed that there is a strong relationship between al-Qaeda, in the Arabian Peninsula, and the Iranian-backed Al-Houthi terrorist militias, especially, following the coup against the legitimacy, in Yemen.
Al-Maliki pointed to the successful qualitative operation carried out inside Yemen that led to the arrest of the Emir of the organization in Yemen, known as Abu Osama al-Muhajir, the financial controller of the organization and a number of members of the organization accompanying him, at exactly 9:20 a.m. of Sunday 3 June 2019.
This came during a press conference held here this evening, indicating that the coalition forces are continuing to eliminate al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations, whatsoever.
Al-Maliki also referred to the state of the operations to Restore Hope to support the legitimacy within Yemen and Al-Houthi breaches and threats to regional and international security, on one hand, targeting Al-Houthi capabilities through the support of the Yemeni army, on the other.
The coalition spokesman noted that Iranian-backed Al-Houthi terrorist militia has continued to violate international humanitarian law by targeting notable civilians, both citizens and residents of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and inside Yemen, by means of exploding drones.
He explained that Iranian weapons and support for Al-Houthi terrorist militia threaten regional and international security, indicating that the continuation of the work of relief outlets in Yemen, via air, sea and land, referring to the report of the United Nations Verification and Inspection Organization (UNVIM), in Djibouti.
The spokesman for the coalition forces reviewed the efforts of King Salman Humanitarian Aid And Relief Center (KSrelief), the flow of humanitarian aid and the efforts of the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen.
Source: Saudi Press Agency