The spokesman for the Arab coalition forces in Yemen said that the Houthi militias targeted Saudi Arabia with 95 ballistic missiles since the beginning of the war.
Coalition spokesman Colonel Turki al-Maliki said at a press conference on Monday also that the militias were burning fuel trucks which belongs to the Yemeni citizens and accused the Houthis of targeting public property in Yemen.
Maliki presented on a screen in the conference hall, pictures and videos of operations against the Houthis at the border.
The coalition spokesman further said that coalition operations in recent weeks have resulted into deaths among the militias, including six Houthi leaders.
He added that the coalition is working with the international community to stop the recruitment of children, referring that the Houthis have also begun resorting to the recruitment of non-Yemeni children to fight their battles.
The spokesman also said that the coalition seeks to increase the number of those who benefit from the humanitarian aids in Yemen.
He added that all land and sea ports are open to Yemen, announcing that three agreements would be signed tomorrow between the King Salman Center and ISNAD Center and international organizations concerned with Yemen.
He stressed that the flow of the humanitarian aid from all ports to areas under the legitimate control, pointing out that more than 18 thousand permits were issued for humanitarian aids in Yemen.