Saudi bombed Iranian embassy in Yemen: Iran says

Iran says Saudi warplanes have deliberately attacked the Iranian embassy in in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a.

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaber-Ansari on Thursday strongly condemned the Saudi regime’s air attack on Iran’s Embassy in Sana’a, Yemen, which injured a number of embassy guards and damaged its building, according to IRNA.

‘The intentional act of the Saudi government was a violation of all international conventions and regulations about protecting the security and safety of diplomatic missions in all situations,’ said the spokesman.

He added, ‘The Saudi government is responsible for the measure and also for compensating losses inflicted on both the building and the injured embassy guards.’

‘It goes without saying that the Islamic Republic of Iran reserves the rights to pursue the issue through legal channels,’ stressed the spokesman.

Saudi fighter planes on Wednesday’s night targeted Iranian Embassy in Sana’s by rocket. A part of the embassy’s wall was damaned by rockets’ shrapnels.

Also, According to IRIB, Saudi jets pounded various districts of Sana’a, using cluster bombs early on Thursday.

A civilian was killed and a number of others were injured during the raids. Witnesses said some of the bombs were left unexploded.

Saudi warplanes also bombarded residential buildings in the al-Marzaq district of Hajjah Province, killing four people and injuring two others.

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