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Watch the Houthi fortifications collapse before the Yemeni army south of Ma’rib

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Yemeni army forces, backed by popular resistance and coalition air force, made new progress on the southern front in Marib on Thursday, during battles that inflicted heavy casualties on Iranian Houthi militia. in equipment and human lives.

The Yemeni army media center said the army and resistance launched a radical attack, during which they were in able to defeat Iranian militias from government positions and large areas towards Aqabat Mala’a, south of Ma’rib.

He confirmed that many militia members were killed or wounded, as well as other losses of combat equipment, as a result of army fire and coalition air strikes.

He stressed that the battles still continue, amidst the collapse and the great human and material losses in the ranks of the Iranian militia.

The center published a video clip of the collapse of the fortifications of the coup militias in the face of the advance of the army and resistance, south of Marib.

In this context, the Coalition to Support Legittimacy in Yemen announced on Thursday evening that the forces of the “Happy Yemen” brigades have made “qualitative advances” on the southern fronts of Ma’rib and have joined forces with the Brigades of Giants on the same front.

The coalition praised the heroism of the giant brigades and the UAE’s support for “Yemen’s happy freedom,” according to a brief statement.

The army forces and the Brigades of the Giants continue to advance on the southern fronts of the Ma’rib governorate and have taken control of new sites at Aqabat Ma’la ‘in the Harib district, which 3 kilometers separate them from the strategic Umm Rish camp, according to field sources.

Sources confirmed that government forces were in able to isolate the Houthi militia stationed in the Al-Balaq mountain range and surrounding areas after advancing into the Lajmah site.

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