Yemen has endured a bloody conflict between Houthi rebels and Yemen's internationally-recognised government since March 2015.
The Houthis still control Sanaa and large areas of northern and western Yemen, but Jubeir said it was a matter of time before they were defeated. Therefore Fusion Media doesn't bear any responsibility for any trading losses you might incur as a result of using this data.
A Saudi-led campaign in Yemen has come under heavy criticism since an air strike on a funeral gathering in the Yemeni capital Sanaa that killed 140 people according to a United Nations' estimate and 82 according to the Houthis.
It also said the Air Operation Center in Yemen directed a "close air support mission" to target the site without getting approval from the Coalition's command.
Francois Heisbourg, an analyst at the Paris-based Foundation for Strategic Research, said that the unprecedented USA intervention was unlikely to exceed occasional "limited" strikes.
Yemen has been locked in a bitter battle between Shia Houthi fighters allied with forces loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh and government forces led by President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, along with local tribes and resistance forces backed by the Saudi-led coalition's airstrikes.
More than 10,000 people are believed to have been killed in the conflict to date.
"The momentum is going against them in Yemen".
"Everybody wants a ceasefire in Yemen, nobody more so than the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the coalition members", Mr Al Jubeir said.
Yemeni forces' retaliatory missile attacks deep inside Saudi territory are the only way to stop the war on Yemen, says an activist and political commentator.
When asked about an offensive on Islamic State militants in the Iraqi city of Mosul, Jubeir said Islamic State would lose the war.
Unprecedented developments rapidly followed with Washington accusing the rebels of firing missiles at United States warships in the Red Sea on October 9 and 12 that fell short of their targets.