The air defenses of the Coalition to support the legitimacy in Yemen, shot down a drone fired by the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia from Sanaa towards Saudi Arabia, while the Yemeni army forces, supported by the coalition, continued its military operations in the fronts of Saada and Hajja, as the Houthi violations continued in West Coast fronts.

In detail, the spokesperson for the Alliance for Legitimacy Support in Yemen, Col. Turki al-Maliki, said that the coalition forces managed to intercept and shoot down an enemy drone in the airspace of the Republic of Yemen over Sa'da governorate, which was launched by the Houthi terrorist militias. Iran-backed, from Sana'a towards the kingdom.

Colonel al-Maliki explained, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), that the command of the joint coalition forces take all operational procedures, and the best practices of rules of engagement to deal with these aircraft to protect civilians and civilian objects from these hostile and terrorist acts, and these desperate and desperate attempts that constitute a clear violation And explicitly international humanitarian law and customary rules.

Colonel al-Maliki said that these repeated terrorist attempts reflect the despair of the terrorist militias, and reflect the reality of their losses among the terrorist elements and materiel, and emphasizes the criminalization of Iran's agents in the region and threatening regional and international security, stressing the continued leadership of the joint coalition forces to implement deterrent measures against these terrorist militias, to neutralize The destruction of such capabilities is strictly in accordance with international humanitarian law and its customary rules.

Meanwhile, Yemeni army forces, supported by the Arab Coalition, continued their military operations towards the Houthi militia strongholds in Saada Fronts.It was able to bombard Houthi fortifications and positions in Maran fronts in Haidan district and another in Al-Safra frontier district, which resulted in the destruction of vehicles and the death of several Houthi elements.

Field sources confirmed that the army forces, supported by coalition warplanes, were able to advance north of Al-Hasama area in the district of Haidan, the stronghold of the militia leader, Abdul Malik Al-Houthi, after completing the security of the area and the road linking them and Naqil Haidan from the direction of the phenomenon of the Haradh Front of Hajjah province.

In Hajja, military sources confirmed that the army was able to thwart an attempt to infiltrate and repel an attack by the militias towards army positions, in the triangle of Ahm and the border of the Directorate of Hiran, south of Haradh, which has been fighting between the army and militias for days.

The sources pointed out that the army forces artillery bombarded military vehicles, tried to advance towards their positions in the triangle of Aham, resulting in the killing of nine elements of Houthi and injuring others and the destruction of a military vehicle and damaged cars, while sniping Houthi elements were involved in the attack and attempt to infiltrate, which led to their escape And toward their previous positions.

In al-Jawf, the army foiled an infiltration attempt by militiamen, the second within 24 hours towards their positions in the vicinity of al-Matun compound, west of the governorate, and suffered heavy losses in equipment and lives, according to military sources in the sixth military zone, pointing out that the army's artillery shelled militia positions in a series Ham mountains in the same district.

In Hudaydah, on the west coast of Yemen, Houthi militias continued their military escalation in all lines of communication between them and the joint Yemeni forces in the city of Hodeidah and liberated districts in the south of the province, according to field sources, confirming the high frequency of escalation, shelling and targeting by the Houthi elements against joint sites and civilian neighborhoods. The Swedish Implementation Monitoring Committee, which held its sixth meeting, remained on a ship near the coast of Hodeidah.

The sources confirmed that the militias pushed new reinforcements towards the advanced confrontation lines along the coastline, with the escalation of attacks and shelling on Tahita and its areas, in an attempt to cut the coastline west of the Directorate.

The sources pointed out that the militias heavily bombed the joint sites in the mountains south of the Directorate and Fazaa west, and pushed reinforcements and military vehicles to areas adjacent to the coastline, which extends from the Directorate towards Duraimi and areas south of the city of Hodeidah.

The sources pointed out that the movements of the militias and their shelling coincided with the dispatch of reconnaissance planes to the skies of the city and the seam areas, to monitor and photograph the joint sites and military mechanisms, which is a remarkable and unacceptable escalation for the joint forces, according to sources.

Militias continued to shell Yemeni forces positions south of Hodeidah, including the Duraimi district and the east of the city, using mortar shells, B10 and RBG shells, as well as carrying out large-scale sniper operations in those areas, against joint Yemeni forces positions and residential neighborhoods. .

On the other hand, a statement issued by the meeting of the Coordination Committee of the redeployment in Hodeidah, to activate the mechanism of calm and strengthen the cease-fire agreed at the previous meeting of the Committee, during the month of July, and accordingly the establishment and operation of the Joint Operations Center at the Mission headquarters in Hodeidah It includes liaison and coordination officers from both parties, as well as UNMIS liaison officers.

The statement pointed out that the Joint Operations Center will work to reduce escalation and address accidents in the field, through direct contact with the field liaison officers deployed on the fronts of the province of Hodeidah, pointing out that the monitoring teams will be deployed in four sites on the front lines of the city of Hodeidah, as a first step In order to stabilize the ceasefire, reduce suffering and injuries among the civilian population.