"In the face of this cowardly criminal act, we at the Joint Forces Command on the West Coast consider this terrorist attack as a declaration of war and undermine all agreements and efforts that have been made to bring peace to Yemen."
She pointed out that this "resulted in the death of a number of civilian casualties between the dead and wounded, and material damage in a medical center and a drug store."
The Joint Forces Command warned that it would not stand idly by, vowing to "respond to the Saa Sa'een", saying "any bet for the Houthi militias in the West Coast Front is a losing bet."
The leaders of the joint forces, the United Nations and its special envoy to Yemen, "to shoulder their responsibilities towards these crimes and to urgently condemn them and take appropriate measures to deter the perpetrators."
She said that "the joint forces taught the enemy this morning, a hard lesson, and failed many infiltrations in the Duraimi axis, and killed and wounded dozens of it," blaming "Houthi militias responsible for these attacks and the consequences that may result."
It is noteworthy that the Yemeni army of the legitimate government accused on Wednesday, Ansar Allah group "Houthis", bombing residential neighborhoods in the province of Taiz, southwestern Yemen, with ballistic missiles and drones.