The Chief of Staff of the Yemeni army Lt. Gen. Abdullah al-Nakha'ee visited a number of officers receiving treatment for wounds sustained from Thursday's Houthi drone attack in Al-Anad airbase in south Yemen.
Al-Nakha'ee toured a number of hospitals in the temporary capital Aden where the wounded are receiving health care.
Among the wounded he visited are his deputy Maj. Gen. Saleh al-Zandani and the chief of the military intelligence Mohammed Tammah.
He praised the officers' sacrifices and ordered that if needed the critically wounded should be flown outside the country to receive treatment unavailable in the country.
He said that the drone attack is a continuation of the Houthi crimes against the Yemeni people since they mounted the coup of September 2014 and is a sign of the Houthi unwillingness for peace.