Saudi army’s defense line with Yemen completely collapsed: Analyst
A political analyst says Saudi Arabia’s defense line in its southern borders with Yemen has “completely” collapsed, two years after Riyadh launched the deadly war against its impoverished neighbor.
In a Monday interview with Press TV, Yemeni political activist and commentator Hussein al-Bukhaiti described the retaliatory attacks by the Yemeni army against the Saudi forces as “very effective” and noted, “The main weakness of the Saudi-led coalition is its southern border … in the last several months the Yemeni [army] backed by [the] Ansarullah movement has used several tactics to attack behind the enemy line.”
“All these have resulted in cutting most of Saudi army [’s] supply line in the south. The Saudi army [’s] defense line in that area has completely collapsed,” the analyst pointed out.