The coalition: 110 Houthi fighters were killed in 30 operations in Sirwah and Al-Jawf

The Coalition to uphold legitimacy in Yemen announced the implementation of thirty operations Target the mechanisms and elements of the Houthi militia Serwah and Al-Jawf in the past 24 hours.

The coalition confirmed that the operations resulted in human losses of over 110 militia members, as well as the destruction of 22 military vehicles and a weapons depot.

The forces of the Yemeni National Army, backed by popular resistance, unleashed an attack on their defensive positions on the Dhanna front in Sarwah, west of Ma’rib at dawn today. Sources in the field confirmed to Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath that dozens of members of the Houthi militia were killed and wounded by army fire and artillery.

Coalition fighters for legitimacy support in Yemen destroyed eight Houthi crews and two tanks, while army artillery burned numerous vehicles and crews along the southern front.

Interestingly, the violent battles waged by the military, supported by popular resistance against the Iranian Houthi militia, continue in all theater of combat operations in the south and west of Ma’rib Governorate.

In this context, Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak said that there is an international consensus on the need for a global ceasefire in Yemen. Bin Mubarak added in a statement that the Houthi militia continues its aggression and military mobilization and rejects diplomatic efforts. He pointed out that the Houthi militia lives in a state of illusion, believing that he can control the Governorate of Marib.

For his part, the chief of staff of the Yemeni army, Lieutenant General Saghir bin Hammoud, said in exclusive statements to Al-Arabiya from the Ma’rib front that the Houthi militias have mobilized all their military capabilities to enter the city of Ma’rib.

The chief of staff of the Yemeni army, through Al-Arabiya and Al-Hadath, called on the international community to play a greater role in not allowing Houthi militias to obtain Iranian weapons.

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