Supported by the Arab Coalition, the Yemeni army continued its advance in the Haradh Front of Hajjah governorate in the northwest of Yemen. It managed to liberate the villages of Bani Hilal, Al-Rakib and Al-Asila. The Yemeni joint forces repelled an attack by the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia north of al-Dali ', while the militias continued their breaches and shelling towards joint forces positions and residential neighborhoods on the west coast of Yemen.

In detail, Arab Coalition fighter jets pounded the positions and fortifications of Iranian-backed Houthi coup militias in the north of Haradh, a city in the northwestern province of Hajjah, while Yemeni army forces, supported by the Arab Alliance, continued to advance on the fronts of the Directorate's border with Saudi Arabia.

According to sources in the Fifth Military Zone, Iranian Houthi militiamen were killed and wounded by coalition airstrikes targeting their positions in the northern city of Haradh, which led to the destruction of weapons stores and military vehicles stationed in those areas, pointing out that coalition fighters targeted gatherings north of Haradh.

The Yemeni army forces, supported by the Arab coalition, continued to advance on the fronts of Haradh and managed to secure and clear more than 15 km around the city of Haradh, and advanced towards new areas will lead to the opening of roads and lines linking them with the liberated Midi Directorate.

The sources pointed out that the army forces managed to liberate the villages of Bani Hilal, Al-Rakib, Al-Asila and other villages, stressing that it is only one kilometer from the city of Haradh from the asphalt line linking Midi and the city, pointing out that the forces aim to enter the new and old city of Haradh and open the border with Saudi Arabia, which is the most important border outlets between the two countries.

The sources confirmed that the forces were able to kill and wound large numbers of Houthi militiamen, as well as the capture of eight others, and recover a large quantity of looted weapons and ammunition from the stores of the former Yemeni army.

In the militia stronghold of Saada, Yemeni army forces, supported by coalition warplanes, continued military operations in Wadi al-Jbara, cutting off militia supply lines, killing and wounding a number of Houthis, and targeting the militia commander of the Saada axis, Amin. Al-Humairi, who was killed along with a number of his members in one of the raids.

Coalition fighter jets also targeted militia movements on the outskirts of the Wadi area on the outskirts of the Kataf district center, which led to the dispersal of Houthi elements and the destruction of their fortifications, as well as targeting military vehicles stationed in several areas around the valley.

In Dhali, the joint forces supported by the Southern Resistance and the security belt repelled an attack by Iranian Houthi militias towards Masharih, Dokki and Loqmeh loans in the Hajar Front north of Dali, prompting the militias to target villages and residential areas with artillery and Katyusha rockets, causing civilian casualties including women and children.

The field sources pointed out that the militias tried to retaliate and compensate for the heavy losses incurred in the areas of Al-Ribi and Habil Al-Daba, while the joint forces tanks targeted the Zubayriat Front and gatherings of Houthi militias west of Qataba.

The militias sent reinforcements to the perimeter of Al-Ribi and Hubail Al-Daba from the direction of the Baweh station in Beja and from the direction of Darma Awish, under heavy fire coverage, which led to joint forces confronting them and forcing them to retreat towards their positions in the districts of Ibb Al-Sharqiya.

In al-Hudaydah, Houthi militias continued to bombard and target joint forces positions in al-Tahita Directorate in south-west Yemen with various types of weapons and artillery shells. Residential in the Directorate located south of Hodeidah.

The militias continued their daily breaches of the UN truce, targeting joint forces positions east of Hodeidah, according to field sources, noting that the militia elements stationed in the city launched the heaviest shelling on the joint forces' positions with tanks and heavy artillery in a new escalation of the operations carried out by the militias in conjunction with operations Intensive firing of various types of medium-weapons type 12.7, weapon 14.5, and 50-caliber weapon on joint sites.

It confirmed that the militias bombed and targeted the Red Sea mills with artillery shells, for the second time in less than 48 hours, which led to fires in the buildings of the mills, and caused considerable material damage.

Houthi militias continued their movements in the southern outskirts of Hodeidah, according to a joint reconnaissance unit in the joint forces that monitored movements and gatherings of Houthi elements in the lines of contact at the Duraimi district south of Hodeidah. The city of Saleh and the vicinity of the directorate Aldrahemi.

Militias bombed joint forces positions in Duraimi district south of Hodeidah with various types of medium and heavy weapons, including mortars, 14.5 caliber weapons and pica rate, as well as indiscriminate shelling of joint positions in Al-Saleh city and towards Hodeidah airport.

In Taiz, brigade forces fought 35 heavy armor battles with Iranian Houthi militias in the Loans Front southeast of Taiz, concentrated in the areas of al-Ridha, al-Manara, and the people of the village. Senses.

Iranian Houthi militias continue their violations of the UN truce in Hodeidah.