Yemen.. 20 military brigades to complete liberation.. and a military operation in 4 governorates

Yemeni military sources revealed the numbers of more than 20 military brigades to engage in combat operations against the Houthi militia during the next stage, starting from several fronts, noting that the stage of military decisiveness began through the redeployment on the western coast and the arrival of combat units to Marib.

The sources pointed out that the new forces will be entrusted with combat missions in Marib, Al-Bayda, Al-Jawf and Sana'a, and they will have military equipment and support from all parties, and a joint operations room will be formed to supervise the course of the battles, and to develop solutions to any obstacles and difficulties facing these forces, which began to spread on the Balkan fronts south Marib.

Yesterday, the government forces pushed a sniper unit, after receiving advanced training, to the fighting fronts, to participate in the defense of Ma'rib and to restore the sites that fell in the south of the governorate, where they participated in the fighting on the "Rawdat Dhanna" fronts, after they were stationed west of the "Al-Falaj" area, where The militias have been desperate to reach it as a crossing point towards the Balkan Mountains and the city of Ma'rib.

Meanwhile, the battles continued on the fronts of “Ma’la’ and Wadi Dhanna” on the southern side of Marib, and the government forces and tribes, with the support of the fighters of the Great Coalition, were able to break a wide attack and cross two axes for the Houthi militia, towards the Balk Mountains, and inflicted great losses on them, before launching a counterattack on Houthis and up to areas in the column of the Directorate of Juba.

The battles raged between the two sides, at dawn today, on the fronts of "Umm Reesh and Al-Faliha", east of Al-Juba District, as well as the Al-Sawad Mountains on the outskirts of Wadi Dhanna from the side of the Jabal Murad District, in which Houthi attacks and infiltration attempts were broken with the support of the coalition fighters, as well as inflicting the Houthis on the Houthis. More than 90 dead, a number of wounded, and 4 combat vehicles destroyed.

For its part, the coalition fighters continued to launch raids in support of the army and tribes on the Ma’rib fronts, during which they were able to destroy the Houthi air defense system south of Ma’rib, as well as destroy combat mechanisms and a weapons store, leaving many dead and wounded.

Al-Houthi militias mourned in Sana'a 131 dead of their members who were killed on the Ma'rib fronts, including 3 with the rank of brigadier, 6 at the rank of colonel, 6 at the rank of lieutenant colonel, 19 with the rank of major, and 8 at the rank of captain.

The militias bombed Al-Rahma camp, which includes 298 displaced families, located in Harib Junction in the southern sector of the district, with a ballistic missile, leaving dead and wounded among the displaced, including women and children.

In the capital, Sana’a, local sources reported that violent explosions resounded in several areas south of the city as a result of the coalition’s warplanes targeting militia combat sites and targets. Three precise raids targeted the headquarters of the Houthi combat information network in the Al-Nahdin area, south of the city, and destroyed a site used by Revolutionary Guards experts. And the Lebanese Hezbollah, south of the presidential house, which left three dead among foreign experts and a number of prominent Houthi leaders, and destroyed modern combat techniques that were on the site.

The coalition raids targeted weapons depots, missile and drone workshops, and an air defense system at Al-Daylami Air Base, north of Sanaa, at Al-Nahdain Camp, and Al-Hafa Camp south of the city, and in the governorates of Dhamar, Saada and Al-Jawf.

For its part, the Arab coalition confirmed in a statement that it had carried out a wide operation for legitimate military targets in response to the ballistic and drone threat, which included targets in the governorates of Sanaa, Dhamar, Saada and Al-Jawf, noting that the raids resulted in the destruction of workshops and stores for ballistic missiles, drones and communications systems.

He said he targeted a secret facility of experts from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and the Lebanese Hezbollah, which were involved in the hostile attacks.

The Arab coalition had announced that the Saudi air defenses were able to intercept and destroy a booby-trapped drone launched by the Houthi militia towards Abha International Airport in the south of the Kingdom, noting that the second plane was intercepted and destroyed in the south of the Kingdom in less than 24 hours.

In Hodeidah, coalition fighters and joint forces artillery bombed armed militia gatherings south of Tuhayta, and targeted Houthi combat reinforcements in the vicinity of Hays district and near contact lines in areas outside Stockholm’s scope, leaving 90 Houthi dead and a number of injuries, and destroying combat mechanisms, including tanks and armored vehicles.

In Taiz, the joint forces and the local resistance took control of the strategic Ghobari Mountain, along with Jabal Al-Barhin, overlooking the Al-Kadha area, west of the governorate, after violent battles fought with the Houthi militia at dawn today, which incurred great losses.

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