Yemeni legitimate forces are advancing in Marib and an air operation by the coalition in Hajjah

Today, Saturday, the Yemeni army and tribes forces, backed by the fighters of the Arab coalition, made new advances in the Ramli axis, south of Ma'rib Governorate, and were able to restore large desert areas in Ramla, and the vicinity of Qarn Al-Bor in Al-Faliha, east of Al-Juba District.

Field sources confirmed that the advances came after the coalition fighters launched a series of raids in support of the sites, mechanisms and gatherings of the Houthi terrorist militia in the region, which incurred great losses, including the destruction of cannons, vehicles and combat mechanisms, as well as the death and injury of many of its members.

The forces had bombarded with artillery the Houthi positions in the desert surrounding the Umm Reish camp in the same axis, which led to the destruction of the newly created Houthi fortifications in the area, and left dead and wounded among the elements stationed in those fortifications.

On the western front, confrontations and clashes continued between the two sides with various types of weapons, on the al-Kasara and al-Mashjah fronts in the Serwah district, during which the militias sustained a number of dead and wounded.

In Hajjah, coalition fighters demolished militia sites in the districts of Haradh, Abs and Mustaba, which include combat vehicles and weapons depots. They also destroyed combat vehicles as part of reinforcements that were coming through the road linking the center of Hajjah governorate and Abs district, and another in the Shaab area east of Haradh.

According to field sources, Saturday's raids led to the destruction of a tank, three armored vehicles, six vehicles and a vehicle carrying ammunition and weapons, in addition to causing the Houthis heavy casualties.

On the other hand, Yemeni military sources said that the coalition’s raids in Hajjah, Marib, Sana’a and other areas made the militias live in a state of confusion and confusion, and the management of combat leaders was killed, as this was evident in the Hajja and southern Marib operations, where their reinforcements are eliminated when Arrival near the contact areas directly.

She added, "The raids made the Houthis lose the ability to communicate with each other, as a result of destroying a large number of communication centers and rooms, communication and leadership in separate areas of Houthi areas," noting that the recent coalition operations were accurate and with strategic goals, which prompted the Houthis to search for any way to stop them. those raids.

In addition, the forces of the Fifth Military Region announced that they had recovered a large amount of weapons and ammunition on the Haradh front, which the militias had left in fortified and secret warehouses on the northern outskirts of the city.

The military region also confirmed that, during the past few hours, it managed to bring down 5 booby-trapped marches launched by the militias towards army positions in Midi and Abs.

In Al-Jawf, fighters destroyed Houthi reinforcements in the Khub Wal Sha'af district, which were on their way to the northern axis of the governorate, where battles are taking place between the army, tribes, and militias on the orphan's fronts.

In Maqbna, west of Taiz, the joint forces thwarted the Houthis' attempt to create sites near the lines of contact in the western and northwestern regions of the district, and forced them to leave after incurring heavy losses.

In Hodeidah, local sources confirmed the withdrawal of Houthi elements and leaders from the governorate located on the western coast of Yemen, via the Hodeidah-Sana’a road, as part of its crowds that are gathering them from several areas towards the fronts of the governorates of Ma’rib and Hajjah.

In Dhamar, local sources confirmed that the militias have established training centers in the areas of "Hammam Jarif and Qaa al-Haql" in the Anas district, in the governorate south of the capital, Sana'a, as part of the mobilization process that they recently announced with the aim of compensating for the losses they suffered during the battles of "Shabwa, Marib and Hajjah". ".

She explained that sectarian lectures are given in these centers, in addition to training in carrying and using weapons, and the process of planting mines and explosives, and booby-trapping roads, facilities and buildings.

In the capital, Sanaa, informed sources revealed that a meeting was held between al-Qaeda members headed by terrorist Nayef al-Awaj and seven of the organization’s leaders, and Houthi leaders from the so-called “intelligence” preventive security, to coordinate the mobilization process carried out by the militias, to launch attacks on Marib and Haradh.

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