The Yemeni army forces, backed by the Arab coalition, were able to restore strategic locations on the fronts of Nahm Sanaa, Al-Matoon, and Al-Sakia in Al-Jawf Governorate, while clashes and clashes continued between the army forces and the Houthi coup militia on the Marib, Al-Bayda and Taiz fronts, while the Houthi militias escalated militarily on the western coast and white fronts.
In the details, Yemeni field sources confirmed that the Yemeni army forces, backed by the Arab alliance, were able to control new and strategic locations in the Naham front, northeast of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, yesterday, noting that the army forces had taken over the Qarn Aqib strategy, which is directly adjacent to the Yam Mountains.
The sources stated that the heroes of the 3rd Brigade, a mountain infantryman, were able to impose their full control, and they continued to advance towards the areas surrounding the Aqib Horn, which is one of the passages through which the militia reinforcements and supplies pass through several areas in Naham, and today they are under the control of the legitimate forces.
The sources pointed out that the recent army and coalition operation resulted in the death and injury of dozens of Houthi elements, the destruction of military vehicles, and the seizure of other weapons, including thermal rockets and ammunition, which were in a warehouse on a small hill in Wadi al-Qarn.
The sources confirmed that the Houthi leaders, Khaled Adnan Shaya Al-Owari, and Muhammad Abdullah Al-Mukhadhi were killed by the army in Naham, while the coalition fighters launched a series of raids focused on the Houthi sites in Naham that led to the destruction of military vehicles, and the killing and wounding of those on board and their bodies were charred .
The bodies of more than 200 Houthis, including 24 Houthi leaders, have arrived in Sana'a, Dhamar, Amran, Al Mahwit and Hajjah, during the past two days, according to medical and other local sources, confirming the militias' funeral of dozens of their dead in those governorates during the past Friday and Saturday.
In addition, coalition fighters continued to launch focused raids on militia sites in Nahham, and a series of raids targeted Houthi positions in the Al-Ghayl district of the Al-Matoon district of Al-Jawf district, as well as targeting militia sites in the Kana area of the Al-Safra district in Saada governorate.
In Al-Jawf, the army continued its military operations in the mountains of Ham in the north of Al-Matoon district, leaving seven dead and a number of wounded among the Houthis, as well as foiling a militia attack in the Al-Ghayl district, and was able to destroy a military vehicle and damage a kit, and to kill and injure a number of Houthi infiltrators.
The battles entered al-Jawf for the second week, during which the Yemeni army forces backed by the coalition managed to recover several sites from the Houthis' holdings, including the ancient city of Baraqish, the Directorate of Majzar and the al-Jawf Junction, and a number of locations in the mountains of Aqaba, while the battles continued on the fronts in the western province.
In Marib, the Yemeni army forces pushed new reinforcements to the Sarwah Front in the west of the province led by the Inspector General of the Yemeni Army, Major General Adil al-Qumayri, who arrived Saturday night at the front with the commander of the third military region, Major General Muhammad al-Hubaishi, to lead the battle to restore the Hailan Mountains and open a new front In the countryside of the southern capital countryside.
In Hajjah, coalition fighters bombed Houthi reinforcements in the Al-Sawalmeh area of the Al-Shagadir District that were on their way to the Haradh and Hiran fronts, which resulted in the destruction of military vehicles, and the killing and wounding of those on board as part of targeting Houthi reinforcements.
In Hodeidah, the joint Yemeni forces managed to shoot down a Houthi-managed plane in the sky of the Al-Duraimi Directorate south of the city of Hodeidah, which was hovering in the sky of the city and above the joint sites, while the joint was able to thwart a second attack by the militias towards their positions in Al-Duraimi, and incurred heavy losses in equipment and lives.
According to field sources in Al-Darayhimi, the militias tried to advance towards Al-Darayhmi for the second time within 24 hours, after pushing them with large armed reinforcements into the vicinity of the district during the past two days and preparing for the attacks, but the joint forces gave them a harsh lesson, and incurred huge losses.
The military media reported to the joint forces that the Houthi militias, within their breaches of the international armistice, have pushed dozens of their elements, during the past days, to implement attempts to infiltrate into strategic areas in the vicinity of the center of the Al-Darahimi Directorate that ended with an overwhelming defeat added to its chain of defeats on the fronts of the West Coast.
The sources confirmed that the Second Brigade, the Republic’s guards and units of the Giants (the 3rd Infantry Brigade) surprised the Houthi militia members as soon as they deployed to carry out the infiltrations, which confused them, paralyzed their movement and doubled the size of the losses in their ranks.
In Al-Tahita, south of Al-Hodeidah, the joint forces thwarted a massive attack by the Houthi militia on its positions in the mountainous region, and they were able to launch a counter-attack towards the new Houthi sites south of Al-Faza, and incurred a number of dead and wounded, and destroyed new fortifications in the area.
In the city of Hodeidah, militias continued to violate and target joint forces sites and residential neighborhoods, and they shelled seven artillery shells, Khamseen Street, and also medium and machine guns, bombed Sanaa Street, Al-Saleh City, and separate areas of the city of Hodeidah.
In Taiz, military sources in the Yemeni Joint Forces confirmed the death and injury of a number of Houthi elements in the Rasyan mountains located in the Al-Barah area of the Makbana District, west of Taiz, after targeting their sites with a series of artillery and missile attacks carried out by the forces of the 14th Amalekites stationed west of Al-Barh and at the Mokha junction.
In Al-Bayda, the southern forces pushed new reinforcements to the Tharah front, located between the governorates of Abyan and Al-Bayda, as part of the reinforcement of the front that the Houthi militias recently pushed with large armed reinforcements, according to field sources.
On a Qaniya front in the Al-Wahhabiyah Directorate, field sources confirmed that the army and the local resistance managed to thwart an attack and an attempt by the Houthis to infiltrate their positions in the Al-Aar and Masouda areas, and incurred heavy losses and forced them to retreat and flee. The sources pointed out that the army and the resistance foiled an attack by the Houthi militia and incurred deaths and injuries in its ranks and the families of others, and seized many weapons and mechanisms.
The Yemeni joint forces shot down a Houthi pilot plane in the sky of the Al-Duraimi Directorate south of the city of Hodeidah.
The Yemeni army forces are pushing new military reinforcements to the Sarwah front, west of Ma'rib Governorate.