Yemeni army forces advanced on 12 sub-fronts in Saada, within eight main axes, and came very close to liberating the post of Madam Baqim and Kattaf from the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia, which continued their violations in Sana'a and Ibb, while the joint forces in Al-Dali 'continued to advance in Several fronts, with the continued military escalation of militias on the west coast of Yemen.

In detail, the Yemeni army continued its advance on the Saada fronts, advancing on 12 sub-fronts, and came very close to liberating the center of Baqim and Kattaf, and continued its progress towards the center of Razih Directorate, three border directorates with Saudi Arabia.

Field sources confirmed that Yemeni forces supported by the Arab coalition were able to enter new areas around the center of Razih district for the first time, after fighting fierce battles against the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militias, whose positions plummeted in front of army and coalition strikes on the Saada fronts.

The sources pointed out that the Yemeni forces are advancing towards the governorate center from eight main axes, namely, Baqim, Kattaf, Al-Hashwa, Razeh, Al-Zahir, Wahidan, Kattaber and Shada. Yemeni forces are very close to liberating the center of Baqim and Kattaf districts.

The Yemeni army was able to liberate strategic areas in the vicinity of the Baqim Directorate, according to General Staff of the Fifth Brigade of the Border Guard, Brigadier General Mohammed al-Bahli, noting that the army liberated the villages of Qamahel, Qahla, Zamaleh, Al Ma'idh and Montenegro in Baqim Directorate.

Al-Bahli said that the Directorate's position is close to liberation after these recent victories, especially that the elements and leaders of the militias are in a state of almost complete collapse, and that the militias are paralyzed, as a result of monitoring by the Arab coalition fighters, which target any movement in those fronts Border with Saudi Arabia.

For its part, field sources in the Directorate confirmed that the Houthi militias suffered heavy casualties during the recent military operations of the army and the coalition, and that 22 people were killed, including three field commanders, in addition to the destruction of specific military mechanisms were stationed in the liberated positions.

Meanwhile, army and coalition engineering teams continued to clear mines and explosives from the liberated areas in preparation for the return of their inhabitants, and opened roads containing hundreds of mines to the movement of military vehicles to advance towards advanced positions to enter the center of the Directorate.

Coalition fighter jets conducted a series of intensive raids on militia positions, gatherings, and reinforcements in different areas of Sa'ada, most of them concentrated in the vicinity of the Kattaf district center, where field sources confirmed the death of a senior Houthi leader and several elements in one of the raids.

Coalition warplanes also bombed reinforcements of Houthi militias, which were on their way to the confrontation areas in the front of Kattaf, which led to the destruction of a number of vehicles belonging to them, and the deaths of those on board, as well as Houthi reinforcements in the area of ​​Jumla district of Magz led to the destruction of military vehicles A number of militia members were killed and injured.

In Dali, the joint forces supported by the Southern Resistance and the security belt continued to advance in the framework of the battle of the steadfastness of the mountains in the fronts of Mers, Bab Ghalg, Shakhb, north and west of the district of Qatoba and the areas of Sharifa, Jeb camp, Beja, Punch Doki, Masharih, belonging to the town of Hajar, and the borders of the Directorate of Azarik It connects with the Maoist directorate in Taiz.

In al-Hudaydah, Houthi militias launched large-scale attacks on Joint Forces positions and residential areas on the West Coast fronts, targeting joint forces positions in Hodeidah city and its southern outskirts in Duraimi district, which was the target of escalating shelling, in addition to targeting forces east of Al-Saleh and Duraimi using various heavy weapons. .

The joint forces managed to thwart the second attack of the militias in two days towards the Directorate of Hays, launched from various directions, using various types of weapons, but failed and suffered heavy losses in lives and weapons, while the rest of its elements fled to their positions in the Aden-surgical and Saqqm junction, All sites east of the Directorate of Hays on both sides of Ibb and Taiz.

In al-Tahita district, the 6th Brigade Giants clashed with Houthi groups that attempted to infiltrate north of the district and south of al-Tahita.The heavy exchange of heavy fire continued after a failed infiltration attempt, during which the brigade forces foiled the attempt by the militias to use heavy artillery shells.

Large-scale targeting of IDF positions in the Directorate continued with medium machine guns.

In Sanaa, the capital, the militia kidnapped the artist Abdullah al-Saadi, one of the most prominent popular singers in the capital, on charges of "corrupting young people singing that leads to delay victory."

In Ibb, central Yemen, Houthi militias kidnapped a political activist and a local official named Abdullah Basalameh and took him to the Political Security Prison in Ibb, after he published several publications on his Facebook page, demanding the payment of state employees' salaries. Ibed, Nadim Hawirith, took him to the Political Security prison in Ibb, without knowing the charges against him.

• 22 militia dead, including three field commanders, and the destruction of specific military vehicles.

• Militias seize a shelter for orphans in Hodeidah, forcing dozens of orphans to leave.