On July 7, the Saudi-led coalition announced that its warplanes destroyed a military communication network of the Houthis in the districts of Razih and Haydan in the northern province of Saada. The UAE-based al-Arabiya TV revealed that the network contained “advance technologies.”
In an official stament, the Saudi-led coalition warned that it will not allow the Houthis to possess “special capabilities and advanced techniques.”
The Yemeni al-Masirah TV said that the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes targeted civilian areas in Razih. However, the coalition claimed that its warplanes hit military targets, which were camouflaged and protected by anti-aircraft guns.
Few months ago, the Saudi-led coalition adopted a new policy, according to which it began to target the command and control chain of the Houthis, by assassinating key leaders and destroying the key communication networks of the Yemeni group. However, these efforts have not effected the battlefield yet.