The coalition destroys "Houthi" weapons and ballistic missiles in Sana'a

Members of the Yemeni forces in Hodeidah.

(archive photo)

The Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced that it had carried out 11 targeting operations against the terrorist Houthi militia, which led to the destruction of 8 combat mechanisms, and a number of deaths among the militias. Battles continued between the Yemeni legitimate forces and the Houthi militia in 5 Yemeni governorates.

In Sanaa, the capital, coalition fighters destroyed Houthi tactical weapons, including ballistic missiles, while they were being transferred from al-Daylami Air Base in the vicinity of Sanaa Airport.

The militias use Sanaa airport and the port of Hodeidah in combat operations, including firing rockets and marches towards civilians inside and outside Yemen.

Field sources confirmed that coalition raids targeted a Houthi missile launcher in Al-Labanat camp, east of Al-Hazm district, the capital of Al-Jawf.

In Hajjah, the battles continued between the Yemeni forces and the militias focused on the fronts of Haradh and Abs, where the Houthis incurred 90 deaths and dozens of injuries, as well as destroying combat mechanisms, including armored vehicles and vehicles carrying gunmen and ammunition.

In Marib, hit-and-run battles continued between Yemeni forces and militias, on the fronts of the Ramli axis in the south of the governorate, where the areas of Al-Rardha, Al-Faliha, Al-Amoud and the vicinity of Umm Reish camp witnessed similar battles, leaving Houthis dead and wounded.

In Lahj, the joint and southern forces thwarted an attempt to station Houthi elements in the vicinity of Al-Had Yafa District from the direction of Al-Zahir District in Al-Bayda Governorate.

In Al-Dhalea, the joint and southern forces thwarted a Houthi infiltration attempt towards their positions in the Al-Jib sector, northwest of the governorate, and forced them to flee towards Al-Hasha district.

In Hodeidah, the Saudi “Masam” project to clear mines in Yemen dismantled a minefield planted by the Houthi militia in a secondary road in the Hays district, south of the governorate.

A land mine left by the militias exploded in a civilian car in the 7th of July neighborhood, injuring the driver and destroying the car.

In Taiz, the confrontations continued on the fronts east and north of the city, and the most violent of them were concentrated in the vicinity of the air defense camp, north of Taiz, where the militias tried to advance towards the camp, and they were confronted and the attempt thwarted.

The militias launched shelling on the neighborhoods of "Bir Pasha, Al-Hasab, Al-Darb, Wadi Al-Qadi and Jabal Jarra", which caused damage to homes and a state of terror among civilians. city ​​for treatment.

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