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Al Saud to Pay Dearly for Yemen AggressionSalem-News.com Foreign Affairs
Cash expenditures for war in Yemen are costing Saudi people billions and billions.
(SALEM, Ore.) - The oppressive Saudi monarchy, since the beginning of its aggression against Yemen, has wasted large amounts of people's money.
Below are some precise details that reflect Saudi hatred toward Yemenis.
The cost to rent 2 battleships is $300 million dollars per day. The battleships, as well as related accessories including 6,000 soldiers and 450 warplanes and their equipment, weapons, long-range missiles and 6 frigates, will be cost $54 billion within 6 months.
The cost of 2 military satellites per hour is $1 million; at that rate, the costs of the satellites will be $48 million per day. That is $1 billion and 800 million dollars a month. Over 6 months it will become $8 billion and 640 million dollars. According to reports and satellite images, each satellite costs $5 million per day. Here we have two satellites which cost $10 million per day and $300 million per month.
This means that over 6 months it will cost $1 billion and 800 million dollars. AWACS aircraft costs $250 thousand dollars per hour, that comes out to $6 million per day and $180 million dollars monthly. Over a period of 6 months, the cost will be $1 billion and 80 million dollars.
Saudi air attacks against Yemen were carried out by more than 159 aircraft and 35,000 attacks up to now.
Amid the war on Yemen Saudis fired 140 thousand missiles, mostly at civilian targets. Among them, 40 thousand missiles (small size) that cost $150 thousand dollars each, totaling $6 billion. Average size missiles cost $300 thousand dollars, that total reaches $15 billion dollars.
50 thousand large size missiles cost $25 billion (in addition to the cost of air resources and jet fuel).
Saudi Arabia purchased American weapons worth $150 billion dollars plus the cost of maintenance and spare parts for five years, as well as purchasing aircraft from France worth up to $36 billion. $26 billion was given to Egypt to buy Raphael aircraft. Saudi Arabia also signing a political deal with Russia worth $30 billion dollars. Furthermore, Yemen destroyed 300 Saudi tanks and military vehicles since the start of Saudi aggression against Yemen.
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