SANAA, Yemen's Houthi rebels warned that, the attacked sites of Saudi Arabian national energy giant Aramco are still in their sights.
We warn companies and foreigners to stay away from Aramco plants that we struck, because they are still in our sights and could be hit at any time, Houthi military spokesman, Yahya Sarea said.
We reaffirm to the Saudi regime that our hands can reach any place at any time Saudi Arabia should stop its aggression and economic blockade against Yemen, Sarea said.
The Houthis have recently stepped up drone attacks on Saudi Arabia, but most of the missile and drone attacks were intercepted by the kingdom's air defence systems.
The 10-drone attack on Sept 14, for which the Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility, targeted Saudi state-owned oil company Aramco's facilities in Abqaiq and the Hijrat Khurais oilfield, causing huge fires and halting about half of the supplies from the world's top exporter, as well as, raising global oil prices.
The attack forced U.S. President, Donald Trump, to authorise the use of his nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserves, accusing Iran of being behind the attack without showing any evidence, which Iran denied.
Source: NAM News Network