Yemeni legitimate forces liberate several sites in Al-Jawf

Two elements of the Yemeni army in Marib.


The forces of the Sixth Military Region in the Yemeni governorate of Al-Jawf continued their advance, backed by tribes and fighters of the Arab coalition to support legitimacy, towards the strategic "Labanat" camp and the city of Al-Hazm, the capital of the governorate, for the second day in a row, achieving qualitative victories at the expense of the Houthi militia, which incurred great losses. Editing several sites in Al-Jawf.

The official spokesman for the sixth region, Captain Rabie Al-Qurashi, stated that the battles are approaching the main gate of the al-Labanat camp, stressing that the "Al-Rawd" area near the city of Al-Hazm, the capital of the governorate, has been secured.

Legitimacy forces and tribesmen advanced towards Al-Hazm and Al-Labnat from several axes and were able to liberate "Jabal Al-Bursh, Bait Al-Arfaj, and Mansour", with continued progress through two axes, the first towards Al-Hazm and the second towards the camp.

Al-Qurashi explained that these battles are the beginning of a large-scale military operation for the Yemeni army and tribes, backed by the Arab coalition, to restore all sites in the province, leading to opening roads towards Marib and supporting the fronts there.

According to Al-Qurashi, the government forces carried out the military operation under the air support of the fighters of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy, which launched a series of supportive raids targeting Houthi sites and targets in the city of Al-Hazm and its surroundings and in the Khub Wal Sha’af district, leaving dead and wounded among the militias, and destroying Houthi vehicles.

In Marib, battles continued on the fronts south and west of the governorate, leaving more than 120 Houthis dead and 20 combat vehicles destroyed on the Rahba, Al-Abdiyya and Harib fronts in the south of the governorate, and Al-Kasara and Al-Mashjah in the west.

Sarwah and Al-Mashjah witnessed clashes and an exchange of artillery shelling. The artillery of the Yemeni army targeted gatherings of militias, sites and mechanisms, and managed to burn a vehicle loaded with ammunition, killing and wounding a number of militia members.

The legitimate forces took control of the "Ablah and Gham" areas in the vicinity of the Abdiya district, south of Marib, after battles that left many Houthis dead and wounded, and destroyed four Houthi combat vehicles.

Meanwhile, the Houthi militia continued to bombard the city of Marib with ballistic missiles after failing to penetrate the solid defenses of the Yemeni army and tribes on all fronts, which led to the damage of a number of houses and casualties among civilians and the displaced.

In Al-Bayda, the joint and southern forces thwarted the movements and attempted infiltration of Houthi elements on the Thara front in the Mukayras district, and inflicted heavy losses on them.

In Sanaa, local sources confirmed that huge explosions occurred at the headquarters of the missile brigades in Jabal Attan, south of the city, as a result of coalition fighters targeting a missile launcher while the militias attempted to launch a missile, which led to the failure of the operation, destroying the platform and the missile, killing and wounding a number of Houthi elements, including three. Missile experts.

In Al-Hodeidah, the joint forces repelled an infiltration attempt carried out by Houthi elements towards the Al-Durayhimi district, which incurred great losses, while a minefield was discovered extending over large areas southwest of the city of Hays, and the concerned teams began clearing the field.

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