DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) – United Arab Emirates has banned drones flying in the country to celebrate after Yemeni Houthi militants killed a drone at an oil and gas station in the country.
By Saturday, drone enthusiasts and other lightweight airline operators face “legal debt” if caught catching the content, the Interior Ministry said, adding that it could offer freedoms to businesses who want to film.
A Missing drones and rocket-propelled grenades in the capital Abu Dhabi detonated several oil tanks and killed three people last week.
The Houthis, headquartered in Yemen and have fought a bloody war, for years with a Saudi-led army including the UAE, also spoke of the plot. Despite the UAE’s significant withdrawal from the conflict, the country continues to take action and support local terrorists.
The UAE Houthi pointed to the country with bombs loaded with bombs and submarines and missiles, adding that the country has captured some of the missiles. In response to the strike, The Saudi-led coalition has grown significantly in areas controlled by terrorists in Yemen last week.
UAE state law has already banned airports in and around airports. Drone operators often need to obtain a certificate from the pilot authorities.