The Yemeni army forces, backed by the Arab coalition, were able to control new sites on the fronts of Najd, Al-Ataq, Salab, and Al-Jawf Junction in the vicinity of the capital, Sana'a, while the tribes in Al-Bayda, with support from the coalition, managed to achieve major victories after controlling Houthi positions in the vicinity of Radman District .

In the details, military sources in the Nahham district confirmed that the Yemeni army, backed by the Arab alliance, was able to control new sites on the two fronts of Najd al-Ataq and Salab, after battles with the Houthi militia, which incurred heavy losses during the past two days, and the sources indicated that the army controlled Al-Jawf-Al-Safra Line - Sana'a, northwest of Al-Batin Village, which was liberated yesterday evening.

The sources said that the army has completed the liberation of the Al-Batin village in Nahham, and the surrounding areas are under control and is currently being secured from mines and explosive devices planted by the militia.

The sources pointed out that the battles take place on three main fronts in the vicinity of the capital, Sanaa, which are represented by the Salb front, the Al-Jouf Junction front and the Sarwah-Majzar front in Marib, while confrontations take place between the army and militias on the Al-Jouf fronts, and the other in Al-Bayda, all of which are surrounded by Sana from three sides.

The recent battles in the vicinity of Sanaa led to the cutting of the road linking the capital and Al-Jawf Governorate, while coalition fighters managed to destroy more than 20 militia military vehicles in Naham, who were on their way to the seam zone.

Yesterday, the army and the coalition announced the areas and the road between Nahham and Farda Naham, military areas, and warned civilians not to approach them.

Meanwhile, dozens of Houthi elements were killed on the fronts of Naham, Sarwat Ma'rib and Al-Jawf, among them prominent Houthi leaders, and Houthi leader Abu Abdul-Malik Al-Samawi was killed along with the leader, Ali Yahya Hussein Raziq, and Khaled Muhammad Qahwan, along with 10 of their companions. .

In Sanaa, the militia supervisor in Hamadan, the Houthi leader, Lutf Ziyad, was killed, along with four of his companions, in armed clashes as a result of internal disputes between the militia elements against the background of financial levies, with the director of the Shamlan Police Department, the Houthi leader, Yahya al-Jaifi.

Informed sources confirmed that nearly 1000 Houthis were killed and wounded in the fronts around the capital, Sana'a, including 321 Houthi militants who were killed during the past two days, while 476 others were injured, in addition to 208 armed men who fled, while 37 militants were missing.

In Al-Jawf, military sources confirmed violent clashes erupted between the army and militias in the fronts east of the city of Al-Hazm, the capital of the governorate, concentrated in Al-Khusf and Al-Jidfar, and led to the destruction of military vehicles, and the death of the Houthi leader, Lt. Col. Ahmed Saleh, with 30 militia elements in the recent confrontations.

In Al-Bayda, the Al-Awwad tribes, supported by other Yemeni tribes and supported by the Arab alliance and the Yemeni army, managed to control a Houthi site located between the districts of Al-Sawadiyah and the Al-Taheri, after violent battles with the Houthi militia, which resulted in the death and injury of nine Houthis and other families, and was dropped Houthi pilot plane.

Tribal sources stated that the battles taking place between the two sides, during which the tribes, backed by forces from the 159th Infantry Brigade and the coalition fighters, were able to control Tabab overlooking the Amad valley and the Daghb plateau, located between Al Awwad and Al Sawadiyah, and also controlled the Highlands of Samar. In Al-Dhalea, dozens of Houthi elements were killed and others were injured in confrontations with the joint forces that were able to break an attack on them in the Habil Al-Kalb and Mazakhra area in the northwest of the governorate, and the confrontations that used light, medium and heavy weapons resulted in a number of deaths and injuries among the ranks Houthis, and vehicles were seen transporting the bodies of their dead people to Ibb. In Hodeidah, military sources in the joint forces expected the return of military operations to the fronts of the coast, with the arrival of prominent leaders to the coast, led by the commander of the forces of the giants, Brigadier Abdul-Rahman Abu Zarah al-Muharrami. The Media Center for the Giants Forces stated that the return of Muharrami Bishara to the return of the victories, which were achieved by the Giants' brigades under his command on the west coast, before the announcement of the UN armistice.

- Coalition fighters destroy more than 20 militia vehicles in Nahham.


Houthi gunmen were killed during the past two days, while 476 others were injured, in addition to the escape of 208 militants, while 37 militants were missing.

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