The Yemeni army forces and tribes, backed by the Arab coalition, managed to destroy the largest Houthi reinforcements in the Bani Hushaish district of the Sana'a Governorate, while the Al-Jawf, Saada, and Ma'rib fronts witnessed military operations and raids of the alliance, while the Houthi coup militias continued to violate the UN armistice on the West Coast.
In detail, the Arab coalition fighters to support legitimacy in Yemen yesterday destroyed reinforcements of the Houthi coup militias in the vicinity of the capital, Sanaa, which resulted in the death and injury of dozens of their members, according to field sources, noting that coalition fighters targeted high-quality Houthi reinforcements in the valley. Rajam at Bani Hashish district, she was on her way to Naham and Sarwah fronts.
The sources pointed out that the reinforcements included tanks, armored military vehicles and Katyusha rocket launchers, which were moved from a Houthi camp in the directorate towards the Nahham fronts of Sanaa and Sarwah Marib to compensate for the losses incurred during the past days on those fronts, pointing out that the reinforcements included prominent field leaders, including mine experts And missiles trained in Iran and Lebanon.
The confrontations continued between the Yemeni army and the tribes on the fronts of Naham, amid reports of the army's progress in the march of the front towards the Khulan district, while the confrontations continued in the heart of the front from the direction of Naham hypothesis, and the Yemeni forces are no longer separated from Al-Farda’s transfer only two kilometers away.
On the other hand, military sources said that the largest minefield planted by militias has been discovered in the vicinity of the capital, which includes hundreds of thousands of mines and explosives, and is spread over a large agricultural area, and threatens the lives of civilians, farmers and herders in those areas.
The sources pointed out that military teams, accompanied by experts of the Saudi Mine Clearance Program, managed to dismantle and destroy approximately 200,000 mines and unexploded ordnance, which were threatening the lives of civilians in the vicinity of Sanaa.
In Marib, military sources confirmed that the army forces were able to shoot down three drones fired by Houthi militias towards civilian targets in the liberated governorate.
The sources indicated the continuation of the battles on the Sarawah fronts in the west of the governorate between the army and the militias, and that Houthi leaders had fallen in the past two confrontations, including the leader Abdul Hamid Al-Murtada, the Brigadier General Salim Hadi al-Faqih, Major Osama Saleh Ezzedin, the leader Saleh Aida al-Ghamran, and the leader Ahmad Radwan al-Muayyad, along with two From field leaders.
On the same level, Yemeni military sources stated that the Houthi militias have lost on the fronts of Naham, Marib, Al-Jawf and Al-Bayda, during the past four months, from their elements and field leaders unless they lost during the past four years, noting that the lists of dead include more than 500 field leaders in the militia ranks They were killed during that period, including foreign military experts. As for the deceased, they are in the thousands.
In Saada, a military source revealed that five Houthi elements were killed by an air raid on coalition fighters, as well as the destruction of military vehicles in the Kataf Al-Baqa front on the border with Saudi Arabia.
In Hajjah, Coalition fighter jets bombed and destroyed three Houthi sites containing a weapons depot in the vicinity of the Haradh Border Directorate with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Militia ranks have been killed over the past four years.
A thousand mines and unexploded ordnance have been dismantled and destroyed and continue to threaten the lives of civilians in the vicinity of Sanaa.