Joint forces and the Yemeni resistance managed to enter the first areas in Ibb governorate, starting from the liberated areas in the northwest of al-Dhali, after they succeeded in securing the entire area of al-Fakhir, and the Arab coalition fighters to support legitimacy managed to destroy military reinforcements belonging to the Iranian-backed Houthi coup Saada and Hajja, while the militias stepped up military operations in Hodeidah, Taiz, al-Jawf and al-Bayda.
In detail, military sources in al-Dhala province in central Yemen confirmed that the joint forces and the resistance have been able to enter the first areas of Ibb province, starting from Al-Fakhir border area between the two governorates, pointing out that the joint forces started to enter Ibb from the north and will continue their incursion into new areas taking advantage of the collapse of the ranks. Houthi militias.
The sources said that the joint forces paralyzed the militia movement in several locations after securing the Al-Fakhir area and the areas around Al-Oud in Al-Nadera district of Ibb governorate, targeting points and gatherings of Houthi militias in several areas and roads.
The sources confirmed that the qualitative operations of the joint and southern forces in al-Dhala reversed the balance of forces in favor of the Yemeni forces, which focused on the incursion in the eastern areas of Ibb governorate, taking advantage of the defeat suffered by the militias and the retreat and flight of Houthi elements towards other areas in the north of al-Dhala towards Maris and Dumat.
The joint forces destroyed three Houthi vehicles on the outskirts of Al-Fakhir area, killing and wounding the Houthi on board.
The combined forces' artillery pounded Houthi positions and gatherings with heavy artillery, Katyusha rockets and mortar artillery and inflicted heavy losses on them.They managed to secure the areas that were recently targeted by the militias, namely, Tabbah Othman, Beit al-Shali Junction, Camp Jeb, Wassila village, and Nabeeja.
The joint forces, represented by the seventh brigade Saaqa, thwarted an attack by the Houthi militias on the strategic camp of Jab, and destroyed a militia tank with a machine gun 23 stationed in the area of Al-Fahad, and destroyed a car with a mobile platform for launching Katyusha rockets, after battles left dead and wounded in the ranks Houthis.
Populated areas and villages in al-Fakher and Salim were shelled indiscriminately by Houthi militias after failing to recapture lost positions, and villages were shelled with mortars and Katyusha rockets, according to local sources in the area.
In addition, medical sources in Dhamar and Ibb governorates confirmed the arrival of dozens of bodies and injured Houthis from Al-Dhali fronts, noting that 19 bodies arrived in Ibb hospitals, and three bodies arrived in Dhamar along with dozens of injured Houthi elements who fell in Al-Dhali fronts during the past two days.
In Hudaydah, on the west coast of Yemen, militias continued their military escalation against joint forces and residential neighborhoods in several areas of the governorate, in conjunction with the call by the head of the UN mission, the head of the Coordination and Redeployment Committee, General Abhijit Guha, to hold a meeting to discuss the implementation of previous agreements. That militias have failed to step up their military offensives.
According to field sources, the militias have widely targeted joint forces positions in different areas of Hodeidah, and the bombing of the Duraimi district and the city of Saleh, with various types of medium and heavy weapons including mortars, 14.5 caliber weapons and pica rates.
The sources pointed out that the militias heavily shelled the directorate of Hays south of the province with heavy artillery shells, pica rates and weapons 14.5 and 12.7 and other weapons, and targeted areas east of the city of Hodeidah, and east of the city of Saleh and the street fifty and kilo 16, causing severe damage to civilian property in Those areas.
In Taiz, areas in Rusayyan and west of al-Barah city of the Muqbana Directorate witnessed clashes and confrontations between the joint forces and the coup militias for the second day in a row. The joint forces managed to foil several militia attacks on the outskirts of Wadi Rusayan and in the vicinity of the strategic sea area separating the coastal fronts of Mukha and west of Taiz city. .
According to field sources, the joint forces succeeded in thwarting the Houthi attacks and inflicting heavy losses on materiel and lives of the militias.The forces of the 4th Brigade of the Joint Forces Giants destroyed military vehicles that were loaded with ammunition and military supplies in al-Barah Front west of Taiz.
The sources pointed out that the joint forces managed to defeat armed Houthi groups from several areas in the front of the Quhaifah Directorate Mqabnh after two days of clashes that left dead and wounded among the Houthis.
In al-Jawf, the Yemeni army managed to thwart a militia attack in Ham Front in al-Matoun district, west of the province, and killed and wounded the Houthis. The joint forces and the local resistance in al-Zaher front in al-Bayda governorate also failed to infiltrate the militias towards Qania.
In Saada, coalition fighter jets continued to pile militia positions on the Kataf, Razeh and Majz fronts, and the raids destroyed Houthi military reinforcements on their way to seam areas, according to field sources who confirmed that the raids targeted a Houthi weapons depot in Ragafah, Majz district.
In Hajja, field sources in the fifth military zone confirmed a number of deaths and injuries among Houthi elements, and the destruction of military vehicles belonging to the militias in a series of raids launched by Arab coalition fighters to support legitimacy, yesterday, on Houthi sites in Hajja, northwest Yemen.
• Houthi escalation in Hodeidah coincides with calls for a redeployment meeting.