Spokesman for Saudi-led coalition fighting Houthis in Yemen said Tuesday the terror group had moved ballistic missiles to Saada with the help of Iranian authorities.
Colonel Turki al-Maliki added in a press conference that the Iran-backed mercenaries jeopardize the world peace and work to destabilize the Gulf Region.
Earlier in the day, the Yemeni armed forces backed by Saudi-led coalition killed seven Houthi terrorists and captured another in an offensive in Saada governorate.
A number of weapons, RPGs, a cannon and Kalashnikovs were also seized during the offensive.
Iran-backed Houthis attempt to overthrow the internationally-recognized government of President Abdrabbo Mansur Hadi.