Brigadier General Yahya Saree made the announced on Monday, saying that details about it will be revealed in the coming hours, Al-Mayadeen reported.
Meanwhile, police in the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi reported two explosions in the city.
Police said three fuel trucks exploded, killing three people, and a fire broke out near Abu Dhabi airport on Monday.
Unverified footage on social media showed a thick plume of black smoke billowing from what appeared to be the Musaffah area, Reuters reported.
“Initial investigations found parts of a small plane that could possibly be a drone at both sites that could have caused the explosion and the fire,” Abu Dhabi police said in a statement, adding there was no “significant damage”.
Last week, a member of Yemen’s Supreme Political Council warned that it will have no choice but to target the depth of the UAE if Abu Dhabi continues to escalate the situation in the warn-torn country.
Mohammad Al-Bakhiti said that the Yemeni army’s missiles are ready to target the strongholds of “anyone who dared” to confront the country, stressing that what is happening is not the first aggression of the countries of aggression, and that the Yemeni army and Popular Committees are ready to respond as quickly as possible.
The UAE’s mercenaries have been escalating attacks on Yemeni forces in recent days.