Riyadh accused Tehran of supplying ballistic missiles to the Huthi rebels, but Iran denied the allegation.
Yesterday, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir also warned Tehran: 'Iranian interventions in the region are detrimental to the security of neighbouring countries and affect international peace and security.
Saudi Arabia has blamed the Huthis for the failed efforts, and on Monday offered rewards totalling 0 million for information on 40 senior officials among the rebels.
Topping the list, with a -million reward for tips leading to his capture, was the group's leader Abdulmalik al-Huthi.
Critics have accused the coalition of not doing enough to prevent civilian deaths in its air war in Yemen, where more than 8,650 people have been killed since the intervention began.
Repeated attempts to bring about a negotiated settlement to the conflict have failed, including a series of UN-backed peace talks.
Saudi forces on Saturday intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile near Riyadh international airport, reportedly fired from Yemen by the Huthi rebels.
He wrote: 'KSA bombs Yemen to smithereens, killing 1000s of innocents including babies, spreads cholera and famine, but of course blames Iran.'KSA is engaged in wars of aggression, regional bullying, destabilising behaviour & risky provocations.
It blames Iran for the consequences.'Saudi forces on Saturday intercepted and destroyed the ballistic missile near Riyadh's international airport after it was reportedly fired by Shiite Huthi rebels from Yemen.
It was the first attempted missile strike by the rebels to reach Riyadh and threaten air traffic, underscoring the growing threat posed by the conflict on Saudi Arabia's southern border.
The Huthis, allied with Yemen's ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh in the conflict, have captured the capital Sanaa, forcing Hadi's government to operate from the southern city of Aden.
The Islamic State's dream of a Middle East caliphate may be over, but Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia and Shiite powerhouse Iran continue to worsen conflicts across the region as they battle to reign supreme.
The coalition sealed off air, sea and land borders in Yemen where it has been battling rebels in support of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi's internationally recognised government since 2015.