Saudi Arabia launched an airstrike in the capital city of Yemen, Sanaa which killed about 14 people in a residential building in a response to an attack on Abu Dhabi on Monday.
Saudi Arabia state media said that the coalition has begun airstrikes against strongholds and camps in the capital city belonging to the Houthi rebel group.
The strike targeted the home of a former military official which killed him, his wife and son, other family members, and some unknown casualties.
On the other side, the deputy minister for the Houthi administration tweeted that the coalition strikes killed a total of 20 people.
According to the Houthi media channel, the airstrike attack damaged the building, killed at least a dozen people, and several people were wounded as well.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is backing Saudi Arabia in a war with Yemen that has been going on for the last seven years.
On Monday, three petrol tanks blew up near a storage facility of an oil giant company, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) in Abu Dhabi. A fire also erupted in a construction area at the Abu Dhabi airport.
These attacks have been claimed by the Iran-backed rebel group, Houthi in Yemen.
Pakistan also condemned the attacks on the UAE by saying, “violate the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the UAE and pose a grave threat to the regional peace and security”.
The statement issued on Monday by the Foreign Office called for an immediate end to these attacks. It also offered condolences to the families of the victims of the attack including one Pakistani.