Iran accuses KSA of air strikes over its embassy in Sanaa

Iran’s embassy located in Yemen’s capital Sanaa has been intentionally destroyed by Suadi warplanes, Iran blames on Thursday.

Media reporters intimate that foreign ministry spokesman had been harmed during the air strikes.

Individuals belong to Sanaa had eye-witnessed the air strikes conducted on Thursday against Houthi rebels.

A coalition representative said the air strikes had focused on agitator rocket launchers, and that the dissidents had utilized surrendered consulates for operations.

Saudi Arabia has gotten to be entangled in a political line with Iran after a Shia minister, Nimr al-Nimr, was executed by the Saudi powers.

Government of Saudia blames Iran of supporting Houthis militants but Iran denies.

Dozens of the guards had been injured, states Iranian TV channels.

Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri denies their claim by just saying “Iran blamed Saudia via Houthi sources and they were not credible enough to believe over it.”

The cases come in the midst of heightening strains between the two Middle East powers, after the execution of an unmistakable Shia priest in Saudi Arabia and the consequent stripping of the Saudi international safe haven in Tehran.

Saudi Arabia is militarily backing the removed Sunni-drove government in Yemen, while Iran backs the Shia Houthi rebels.

It’s still unclear that the fact of Iranian embassy being functional or not but the clear fact is that in the past year many countries withdrew their staff and relocated their missions to the city of Aden port.

Hossein Jaber Ansari, a spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry, earlier said the raid had injured “a number of the building’s guards”, according to the Iranian news agency Ilna.

He called the incident a “deliberate action by Saudi Arabia”.

A spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition, Gen Ahmed Asseri, said Iran’s claims would be investigated.

A statement relating to the ban of the Saudi goods in Iran was also broadcasted by a state run TV in Iran on Thursday.

While Riyadh had decided to renounce ties, the Iranian diplomats have already been called back by the Iranin government from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

[This is a breaking news, details are being added.]