3 Houthi vehicles shot down in the vicinity of Sana'a

The Yemeni army liberates areas in Marib, and the militias continue to violate the armistice

Yesterday, the Yemeni army forces and tribes backed by the Arab coalition made new advances in the areas between Marib, Al-Bayda and Al-Jawf, after battles that left dead and wounded, as eight members of the Houthi militia were captured, after executing a tight ambush for one of their combat vehicles in Al-Nudud area in Al-Jawf. While three Houthi marches were shot down in the vicinity of Sana'a, violations of the UN truce continued on the fronts of the West Coast.

In the details, the army forces and the tribes backed by coalition fighters liberated, yesterday, new areas in the areas between the governorates of Ma'rib and Al-Bayda, after violent battles with the Houthi militia, which suffered great losses among its elements and combat mechanisms, according to what military and other sources in the ranks of the tribes said, confirming The balance of the battle turned in their favor after months of implementing a military strategy that had fully implemented its objectives on the fronts of the vicinity of the capital, Sana'a.

The sources stated that the army and the tribes carried out a counter-attack on the Houthi militia sites and gatherings, in the Al-Musharif area in the Rahba district, and were able to retake the area hours after the militias took control of it, noting that the battles left 25 dead, including prominent field leaders, in addition to the fall of a number of wounded and families Others.

For its part, the Arab coalition fighters launched a series of raids targeting Houthi sites and reinforcements on the Al-Bayda - Marib fronts, and others towards the fronts between Al-Jawf and Marib, which led to the destruction of military vehicles and caused great human losses among the Houthis.

The deputy director of the Yemeni Army Media Center, Saleh Al-Qutaibi, said: “The coalition fighters launched seven raids yesterday in Majzar district, killing 17 Houthis and wounding others, in addition to destroying a convoy of Houthi combat vehicles in the Majzar district between Ma'rib and Sana'a.

Yesterday, the fronts of Hailan and Al-Mukhdarah in the western governorate of Ma'rib witnessed battles described as violent between the army and tribes, and the Houthi militia, concentrated in the Hailan Triangle and on the road linking Sarwah and Al-Madkara, and reached the highest peak in Hailan, which is the summit where Houthi snipers are stationed.

On the Jawf fronts, battles continued on the Nudd Front, during which the army and tribes were able to capture eight Houthis after carrying out an ambush on a Houthi crew that was traveling in them.

In Nehm, northeast of the capital, Sana'a, the coalition fighters bombed Houthi sites yesterday in the middle of the Salb Mountains front, while the army and tribes forces managed to shoot down a drone, the third that was shot down during the past two days, one in Al-Jawf and the second in Marib.

To that, the Houthi militia, yesterday, gathered 28 of its dead, who were killed during the past days on the fronts of the vicinity of the capital, among them prominent leaders, including Colonel Hisham Muhammad al-Sha`bi, Colonel Ali Muhammad Abdo al-Imad, and Major Abdul Jalil Ali al-Wazir.

In Hodeidah, the joint forces managed to put down Houthi sources of fire on the al-Duraihimi fronts, which were targeting residential areas and farms in the vicinity of the district, using mortars, medium weapons and machine guns.

The Houthi militia continued its violations of the UN armistice, and yesterday bombed the mountainous and al-Faza areas of the Tuhayat district, south of Hodeidah, with mortar shells, BMB shells, and medium machine guns, and intensively, causing great damage to homes and agricultural crops.

In addition, villages and farms in the Al-Jah area of ​​the Beit Al-Faqih District were targeted with 120 caliber heavy mortars and machine guns. They targeted separate areas in the east of Al-Hudaydah city, between the residential city of Al-Saleh and Al-Khamseen Street, and another in the vicinity of the show square (May 22, "near Hodeidah airport.

• Coalition fighters launched seven raids in Majzar district, killing 17 Houthis and destroying combat vehicles.

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