The command of the Arabian coalition announced the closure of all airports, land and sea ports in Yemen after the missile launch in Riyadh, according to Saudi press Agency.
“In accordance with the updated order, these measures will be implemented taking into account the need to continue the import and export of humanitarian goods, as well as the entry and exit of humanitarian teams”, – said in a statement.
The coalition command has called inhabitants of the country, humanitarian workers and the diplomatic mission to avoid war zones and areas that are “not controlled by the legitimate government of Yemen.”
4 November, the Houthis rebels launched a ballistic missile at the international airport in Riyadh, which was intercepted by missile MIM-104 Patriot.
In Yemen from August 2014 is the confrontation between the government expelled from the country’s Sunni President Abd-rabbu Mansour and the Houthis-the Shiite movement “Ansar Allah” who support former President Ali Abdal Saleh.