Yemeni army forces, supported by the Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy, took control of new positions in Sa'ada governorate, while the Supervisory Committee for the Implementation of the Stockholm Agreement on Redeployment and Ceasefire in Hodeidah governorate was able to install a second checkpoint, hours after Iranian-backed Houthi coup United Nations teams, militias continued their military escalation on the West Coast fronts, and the combined forces were able to control all supply routes linking Ibb and al-Dali '.

In detail, Yemeni army forces backed by helicopters and artillery support the legitimacy of the Alliance, to take control of new positions in the Razih Front in Saada province, and the commander of the axis of Razih Major General Hamoud al-Kharram told the Yemeni news agency «Saba», that the Yemeni army forces under the cover of heavy gunfire Support the legitimacy of new positions in the Razih Front, namely Jabal al-Alam, al-Sha'ab, and al-Libni, to Jabal al-Tha'ir. The operations resulted in the death of several members of the Houthi coup militia.

The commander of the sixth brigade, Major General Ghanem collective, that the military engineering unit cleared dozens of individual mines and IEDs during and after military operations.

Field sources confirmed the death and injury of a number of Houthi elements in coalition raids targeting Houthi positions in Razih, Moneeb, Baqim and Shada districts, and resulted in the destruction of military vehicles and fortifications of militias in those districts.

Coalition fighter jets targeted a militia position in the Bani Sayah area of ​​the Razih border directorate, causing casualties among the Houthis and destroying a military vehicle.

The Saada fronts are witnessing an escalation by the Houthi militias, who took advantage of the Hudaydah truce to transfer large reinforcements to the Saada governorate.Houthis attempted to circumvent the Yemeni forces in al-Malahez front in al-Zahir district, but the forces supported by the coalition managed to thwart the militias' efforts.

According to field sources in the Special Forces Brigade of Al-Zahir, the brigade's forces, having managed to thwart the Houthi attempt to circumvent the Houthi, redeployed in the Directorate in line with recent military developments, so as not to become besieged or subjected to surprise attacks by militias.

In addition, the second liaison point was established to monitor the ceasefire in the front lines of Al-Saleh city, northeast of Hodeidah, in the presence and supervision of the head of the UN mission in Hodeidah, Indian General Abhijit Guha.

For its part, Houthi militias continued to violate the UN truce and intensified their attacks on the people of the West Coast, in a blatant challenge to the efforts of the United Nations Ceasefire Mission, and the militias committed 34 violations and attacks on civilians during the past two days, despite the deployment of the United Nations Monitoring Committee in the Two points in Hodeidah.

The Media Center for the Giants Brigades of the Joint Forces confirmed that the militias targeted civilians in villages, markets, farms and roads in Hodeidah, Al-Durahami, Al-Najah, Al-Tahita and Hais districts, using mortars, pika equipment and sniper weapons.

The monitoring and control unit in the joint forces monitored three violations and attacks committed by Houthi militias in the city of Hodeidah, and six violations and attacks in the Duraimi district, as well as five violations and attacks in the district of Al-Jah district Beit al-Faqih, and the unit recorded 11 The militias directly targeted areas in Beit al-Faqih district, destroying a house and wounding civilians.

Militias continued to target different areas in Kilo 16, West and South of Al-Balakmeh village east of Al-Tahita with artillery shells and machine guns.

In Hajjah, Coalition fighter jets destroyed military vehicles belonging to militias in the east of Hamra district and another in Haradh, which resulted in deaths and injuries among the militias. They also targeted Houthi gatherings in the village of Tina, located on the coastline west of Abs Directorate. Militias killed and wounded, as well as the destruction of vehicles belonging to them.

In Dhali, field sources in the joint forces confirmed the escalation of violent clashes against Houthi militias in the north of the province. The sources pointed out that Houthi shells landed in populated areas.

The joint forces continued to advance in Al-Dhali and controlled the most important supply lines of the militias in the vicinity of Al-Fakher completely, and secured the most important supply routes and reinforcements Houthi northwest of Qatuba. The sources confirmed that the joint forces imposed fire control on areas, roads and entrances in several areas used by militia elements as the main corridors of reinforcements And supplies coming from Ibb to the northern front of Dali.

The sources said that the areas of movement are tightening daily on the militias with the expansion of the joint forces in the clearing of the remaining local areas and enclaves, and enhance the gains of field progress beyond the luxury and must reach the outskirts of the Oud area in the governorate of Nadra Ibb.

Al-Fakhir-Al-Jab Front witnessed a large-scale operation by the joint forces to clear all cliffs, valleys and areas from Houthi cells and militia elements hiding in those areas, in addition to clearing those areas of mines and improvised explosive devices planted by the militias.

Field sources confirmed that dozens of Houthi elements were killed and others wounded in the fronts of Dali during the past two days, stressing that the leaders of the ranks of the militias were among the dead.

Sporadic clashes took place between the joint forces and the militias in the Sabira area of ​​al-Jubb, while the rest of the sites witnessed a cautious calm for the second day in a row, with reinforcements being sent by the joint forces to the liberated areas to strengthen the presence of forces preparing to start a military operation towards Ibb.

• Houthi militias commit 34 violations and attacks on civilians in the West Coast within two days.

• Coalition fighters destroy military vehicles belonging to militias in Hajjah and Sa'ada.

• Joint forces control all supply routes linking Ibb and Al-Dhalea governorates.