Armed drones with four warheads were launched from three locations against Saudi Arabia Oilfields
DOHA - Armed drones with four warheads were launched against Saudi Arabia Oilfields attacks, Houthi rebels have formally revealed.
The Houthi rebels used drones with four warheads which attacked oil link facilities in Saudi Arabia link from link three different positions, Houthi military spokesman Yahya Serai told local media link on Wednesday.
Speaking live on Al-Masira tv link Channel, Serai demonstrated the photographs taken on the territory of the attacked facilities before and after the incident. He added that the pictures were obtained by the Houthi intelligence, Sputnik has reported.
"The drones, which were used for the attack link, were Qasef and Sammad-3. They are capable of covering a distance of 1,700 kilometers (1,056 miles). They ... carried four warheads and were launched from link three different positions," he said.
Meanwhile, Iran link has repeatedly refuted the allegations of Iran link complicity in attacks on Saudi link oil link facilities. Earlier on Wednesday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that the Houthis' attack link on Saudi link oil link facilities is nothing but a warning against the movement's "enemies" who started a war in Yemen link.