Military operations of the "coalition" in 4 provinces

The Yemeni army liberates positions in the village of Nihm and Bir al-Maraziq, in Al-Jawf

Yemeni army forces thwarted three infiltration attempts by militias in Marib.


The fronts around the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, witnessed violent battles between the Yemeni army forces and the tribes on the one hand, and the Houthi militia on the other hand. Manufacture of drones, ballistic missile launchers, and weapons caches for militias in Sana'a, Marib, Saada and Hajjah.

In the details, the Yemeni army forces, backed by tribes and coalition fighters, launched a large-scale attack on the Houthi militia sites in the Al-Khadkara front of the Sarwah district, west of the Ma'rib governorate, with great victories.

On the Mahli front, south of Ma'rib, the army and tribes managed to thwart three infiltration attempts by the Houthi militia towards their positions in the areas of Al-Waq, Hazir and Dera` Al-Asaq, which resulted in the death and injury of many Houthis.

For its part, the Houthi militia bombed, with three missiles, residential neighborhoods inside the city of Marib, after suffering 13 dead and a number of wounded.

In Nehm, northeast of the capital, Sanaa, the army forces, and the tribes supported by the Arab coalition, managed to reach the first areas to transfer the fardh, after the battles they fought with the Houthi militia, over the past two days, and came close to transferring the strategic opportunity.

The army and tribes forces were able to control several sites in the Salb Mountains, Jufrah and Najd al-Ataq, and to recover a large amount of weapons, and the Houthi militia inflicted more than 50 deaths, including prominent field leaders, including the Houthi leader, Bashir Ahmed Al-Shabi.

In addition, the coalition fighters continued to target drones and ballistic missile launch sites in the capital, Sanaa, for the second day in a row, targeting four drones at the Al-Dailami base near Sanaa airport, and destroying weapons stores at Al-Sama military base in the Arhab district.

He targeted the raids of "Camp 48", the headquarters of the Republican Guard controlled by the Houthis, in the Haziz area of ​​the Sanhan District, south of Sanaa, as well as the maintenance camp in the Al-Nahda neighborhood of the Thawra District in the center of the capital, which includes workshops for installing drones, as well as targeting weapons stores in Jabal Do.

The coalition fighters targeted and destroyed the drones and ballistic missile launchers at the Engineering Department headquarters in the Sawan region.

Houthi sites were bombed in the Mahliya district and the Madghal district in Marib, the Majzar district, and the Haradh district of Hajjah governorate.

In Al-Jawf, the staff of the 101st Infantry Brigade, Colonel Saleh Ali Al-Qah, confirmed the control of the army and the tribes, backed by the Arab coalition, over the Houthi headquarters and communications center in Jabal Irfan, east of Bir Al-Marazeeq.

In Saada, the Yemeni army forces launched an attack on the Houthi positions in the Kitaf al-Buqa front, achieving qualitative progress, according to a field source.

In Al-Dhalea, confrontations continued between the joint forces and militias on the Bab al-Qlaq fronts in the Qataba district, north of the governorate, during which the participant managed to thwart the infiltration attempts of about three of their sites in the Qataba sector.

In Hodeidah, the militias continued their violations of the UN armistice by targeting residential neighborhoods in the center of the city of Hays, concentrated on the quarter of the shop in the city center, causing great material losses and a state of panic and panic among the population.

• Houthi militias continue to violate the UN armistice in Hodeidah.

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