The Yemeni army forces backed by the Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy managed to liberate new sites in the Baqim Front in Saada Governorate, north of Yemen, after launching a surprise attack that left dead and wounded among the Houthis. Military sources confirmed the killing of the pillars of the 103rd Brigade affiliated to the militias in Saada, while the militia suffered 13 dead and 67 They were wounded on the fronts of the coast, Saada, and al-Dhali, their bodies reached Sana'a, while the militia continued their attacks on the northern and western fronts of al-Dhali.

In the details, Yemeni military sources confirmed the death of the prominent Houthi military commander, Brigadier Nasher Ali al-Kuridi, alias Abu Mazen, the pillars of the war of the Houthi militia in the 103rd Infantry Brigade, along with a number of militia elements in the Baqim district of Saada Governorate, noting that the army forces supported the Arab coalition yesterday carried out an operation A quality military led to its control of new locations in the Baqim district.

The official Yemeni news agency, Saba, quoted the commander of the Azal Axis, the commander of brigade "102 private", Brigadier General Yasser Al-Harthi, as saying that the army forces carried out a qualitative attack on the positions of the Houthi coup militias in Baqim, which led to the control of Tabab and the mountainous hills located between the west The “Bird and Jewel” mountain range east of the district’s center.

Al-Harthy added that the operation resulted in killing the pillars of the militia war in Brigade 103, along with dozens of Houthi elements who were killed and wounded, while three of their members were captured, including a sniper with all his belongings, while the rest escaped, while the army forces seized a lot of light weapons The medium armored vehicle was malfunctioned and controlled.

The Saada fronts are witnessing continuous confrontations between the Yemeni army forces and the Houthi militia, recently concentrated on the Baqam and Al-Safra fronts, during which the army forces managed to reach the militia stronghold in the Razzamat area, which is the second stronghold of its elements in Saada after Maran in Haidan district.

The losses of Houthi militias on the battle fronts have multiplied recently, as during the past three days, the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, received 13 dead and 67 wounded members of the Houthi militias who fell on the fronts of the fighting with the army and Yemeni joint forces on the fronts of the coast, Saada and Dali.

On the fronts of the western coast of Yemen, dozens of militia elements were killed and wounded in confrontations, failed attacks and infiltration attempts carried out by the Houthi militia during the past days in the districts of Al-Darihami, Al-Tahita and Hayes, while the militias continued to bomb and target the sites of the joint Yemeni forces, residential neighborhoods, and population farms west of Al-Tahita, south of Hodeidah, within Its continuing breaches of the international armistice.

Field sources in the joint forces stated that the militias launched a heavy artillery and rocket attack on separate areas of the Al-Duraimi district, and fired a number of Katyusha rockets on the areas east of the Al-Duraimi district, and the same areas were bombed with 82-mm heavy mortar shells and Hawser artillery, in conjunction with the northern bombing of the Directorate With heavy 120-mm mortar shells.

The joint forces responded to a large-scale attack by the Houthi militia on the Hays district, located south of Hodeidah, which is the second in the past two days, after they pushed hundreds of elements of their armed men to the perimeter of the Directorate in an attempt to achieve a breakthrough in the first defense lines of the joint forces to cut supply routes between the liberated southern Hudaydah districts And the city of Hodeidah, which includes the most important strategic port on the West Coast.

Militias also continued to target joint forces positions in the areas of Faza and Jabaliya in the district of Tahita, south of Hodeidah, with heavy and medium weapons, while six shells landed in the Jah area of ​​the Beit al-Faqih district.

In al-Dhalea, the joint and southern forces repelled a large militia attack towards the Maris front in the north of the governorate, after they tried to infiltrate the Al-Qahra area on the northeastern axis of the Maris front, using medium and heavy weapons.

Field sources stated that the attack resulted in deaths and injuries among the Houthi militia, which recently received major defeats on various fronts of al-Dhalea, exacerbating differences and mutual accusations of responsibility for the losses and successive defeats among the militia leaders.

In this context, well-informed sources confirmed that the Houthi militia had changed the leader of the Al-Fakher Front and replaced it with another after the defeats in Al-Fakhr Front were attributed to him during the past weeks, and appointed them as a new leader of the Al-Jab Front to succeed the former who was recently killed, in the battles taking place in Al-Jab front - Sabira - Battar .

The Bab Ghalak sites, west of the Qataba district, and the Bait Al-Anal area east of Al-Fakher, witnessed violent confrontations at dawn yesterday, between the joint and southern forces on one side and the Houthi militia militia on the other hand after an attempt to infiltrate Houthi elements towards those areas that the joint forces met with heavy shelling, which led to the escape of the elements Sneak.

In Al-Jawf, local sources said that two civilians were killed by a mine explosion planted by the Houthi militia on the main line in the Al-Atfin area between the provinces of Saada and Al-Jawf, noting that Abdel Nasser Al-Shaari and Mursal Al-Mutari died of a landmine explosion planted by the Houthi militia near the main line in the Al-Atfeen area. In the capital, Sanaa, a large sector of traders in the Al-Asbahi district south of the capital refused to pay new financial royalties to the Houthi militia, after imposing it on the owners of commercial stores under the pretext of installing security cameras on the storefronts and market entrances.

The militias demanded from the merchants and owners of commercial stores and small economic activities in the neighborhood of Al-Asbahi an amount of 50 thousand Yemeni riyals, for each commercial activity to purchase and install what it called a comprehensive security control system, which is intended for private cameras and attached to the fronts of some institutions and commercial stores.

• The Yemeni army forces managed to reach the militia stronghold in the Al-Razzamat area, the second stronghold for its members in Saada, after Maran.