Houthi drone strikes United Arab Emirates

The drone strike did not cause any damage. Three fuel tankers exploded in Abu Dhabi’s industrial area, causing a fire to break out at a construction site at Abu Dhabi International Airport, according to media reports.

According to a news agency, Abu Dhabi police described the fire at the airport as “minor” and said it had started at the International Airport where the expansion was taking place. A separate explosion on a petroleum transport tanker has also been reported, with Abu Dhabi police sources confirming that several drones dropped bombs on fuel tanks in the Al-Masfa industrial area as well as at the city’s international airport.

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According to reports, a final warning had been issued to the Emirati authorities through Oman, urging the country to end its war against the Yemeni people. Yemen’s Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for an attack on the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Abu Dhabi said, without elaborating on the incident, that no significant damage had been done.

The incident comes as South Korean President Moon Jae-in is visiting the United Arab Emirates. On Sunday, the President of South Korea met with the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The two countries are reportedly signing an agreement worth about 3.5 billion for the sale of medium-range ballistic missiles.

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Houthi military spokesman Yahia Saree said the group attacked UAE. He did not provide further details regarding the attack. However, he said that a statement would be issued soon. The Houthis have claimed responsibility for attacks on the Abu Dhabi airport as well as the UAE’s Baraka nuclear power plant – a claim denied by UAE officials in the past.

The United Arab Emirates has yet to place responsibility on anyone for the attack. An inquiry committee has been formed to probe the incident, which will look into whether the drone strike could have been stopped in advance.

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