The Saudi civil defense authority said that a Pakistani man was killed in a missile attack by Yemen's Houthi militias on a Saudi border city, local newspapers reported.
Figures show dozens of civilians have lost lives in such attacks since the Saudi-led war broke out in Yemen.
A rocket hit Arda, which is part of the southwestern region of Jazan, Civil Defense spokesman Yahya Al-Qahtani said in a report by the official Saudi Press Agency.
"As result, a Pakistani national was killed," he said without naming the victim.
At least 115 civilians and soldiers have been killed in southern Saudi Arabia since a Saudi-led coalition launched air strikes in Yemen against Houthi rebels in March 2015 to support Yemen's government.
Most of the casualties were Saudi who were killed in cross-border shelling or skirmishes.
In a joint press conference with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Sunday, Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Adel bin Ahmed Al-Jubeir said the Houthi militias have failed to implement any of the more than 70 agreements signed with them.
He revealed that the Arab coalition has a plan to reconstruct Yemen through huge funds from Gulf countries.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK