Targets for airstrikes in the Yemeni capital have been met, the Arab League said earlier in the day.

Recently, the coalition has been attacking Houthi troops in the city in an effort to weaken the Iranian-backed group of invading Saudi Arabia.

The federation said they had set up workshops and weapons depots in the Dhahan area and warned residents not to overcrowd in the target areas.

On Friday, the federation released satellite images of the effects of airstrikes on Houthi camps in the presidential palace.

“We have taken precautionary measures to protect the citizens and property of the people from the damage done,” the Saudi Press Agency said in a statement. “This work is carried out in accordance with international humanitarian law and its customary law.”

The Arab League said on Monday that Houthi troops in Yemen had turned Sanaa airport into a military checkpoint and a border patrol.

A video released by the federation showed Iranian-backed Houthi conducting pilot training on UN aircraft, with the aim of testing the planned flight system, reports Saudi state TV.

Last week, coalition air strikes hid a hideout for Sanaa housing experts from Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and Hezbollah.

Saudi Arabia is under military command almost daily, using explosive planes, often easily destroyed by State air defense.

The Saudi-led Arab coalition has been working to restore integrity to the internationally acclaimed Yemeni government, after the Houthis seized the capital, Sanaa, in 2014.

Efforts by Houthi to identify civilians have been documented as war crimes by the State.

The war, which has been going on for seven years now, has claimed the lives of thousands of Yemeni people and forced many to rely on humanitarian aid.

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