Ambassador Nusseibeh also reiterated the UAE’s demands for the Houthi militias "to cease their terrorist acts and coastal attacks and to return to the negotiating table to begin a serious political process."
Hundreds of captives from Yemen's civil war were reunited with friends and family as a major prisoner swap started on Friday, hours after truce talks broke up with an agreement to meet again.
The coalition published footage of the operation destroying an unmanned aircraft depot inside a cave in Sanaa Governorate, and the destruction of a storage site for air defence missiles in Sanaa.
Saudi Arabia on Monday offered Yemen’s Houthi rebels a “comprehensive” UN-supervised ceasefire, as part of a series of new proposals aimed at ending a catastrophic six-year conflict.
In a statement, coalition spokesman Colonel Turki Al Malki said that Coalition Forces destroyed the drone which was "systematically and deliberately" targeting civilians in the southern region of the Kingdom.
The UAE affirmed in a statement that the these recurrent terrorist attacks by the Houthi group reflects its blatant disregard for the international community and all international laws and norms.
First Lieutenant Hamad Khalifa Al Kubaisi had on Friday "succumbed to serious injuries as a result of the treacherous Houthi attack", the Bahraini army said.
The UAE has strongly denounced the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militia's attempts to target Saudi Arabia with three explosive-laden drones, which were intercepted by Coalition forces.
The statement emphasised that "the security of the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are indivisible, and that any threat facing the Kingdom is considered by the Emirates a threat to its security and stability."