The coalition: the repositioning of forces on the west coast aims to support the Yemeni government on all fronts

The official spokesman for the coalition forces “Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen” Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki said the redeployment and repositioning of the coalition military forces and Yemeni forces affiliated to the Yemeni government in thearea of the operations were part of the military plans of the coalition’s Joint Forces Command, in in line with the military strategy in support of the Yemeni government in its national battle on all fronts.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki said: “Joint forces on the west coast carried out the redeployment and repositioning of their military forces last Thursday under the direction of the Joint Coalition Forces Command, and the repositioning process was characterized by discipline and flexibility, as planned e in in line with the future plans of the coalition forces “.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki praised the discipline of all military forces from coalition countries and the Yemeni National Army, as well as joint forces on the west coast during the military deployment and repositioning process, noting that joint forces on the la West Coast achieved victories culminating in the Stockholm Agreement after the intransigence of the Houthi terrorist militia to sit at the negotiating table.

He also made many sacrifices to restore the Yemeni state and end the coup, and after spending nearly (3) years in his defensive positions and the termination of the (Stockholm) agreement by the Houthi-backed terrorist militia. ‘Iran, where the violations have exceeded more than 30,000 violations of the provisions of the agreement. The leadership of the joint forces of the coalition considered the importance of redeploying and positioning these forces to become more effective and operationally flexible to participate in the national battle of the Yemeni army and to ensure their safety and movement in thearea operations, while the Houthi militias continue to control the three main ports on the Red Sea (Hodeidah Port, Port Saleef and the Port of Ras Issa) and not allowing the United Nations to supervise the implementation of the agreement.

Brigadier General Al-Maliki called on the United Nations and its mission in Hodeidah to play its role in implementing the Stockholm Agreement, as well as calling on the international community to put pressure on the Houthi terrorist militia to fully respect and implement the provisions of the agreement.

Coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen targeted 26 Houthi militias in Marib and Al-Bayda in 24 hours.

The coalition announced the killing of over 140 militiamen and the destruction of 18 vehicles in Marib and Al-Bayda. He also announced the implementation of 11 targeted militia operations to support Sahelian forces and protect civilians.

The coalition affirmed support for Yemeni forces’ operations on the west coast “outside the areas of the Stockholm Agreement”.

On Sunday, the Coalition to Support Legittimacy in Yemen has published images of targeted operations against the Houthi militia and its mechanisms in Sirwah, Al-Bayda and Al-Jawf in the past 24 hours, which have resulted in the killing of over 80 Houthi elements.

Sources told “Al-Arabiya” and “Al-Hadath” on Sunday that coalition air forces thwarted an attempt to attack the Houthis on “Al-Balaq” west of Ma’rib.

He added that the coalition operation took place during a rally of Houthi elements to carry out the attack on eastern “Al-Balaq” and indicated that during the operation 6 Houthi military vehicles were destroyed and more than 80 Houthis. They were killed.

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