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Coalition Forces Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen target Houthi militias in Sanaa

Coalition Forces Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen target Houthi militias in Sanaa

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced today, Tuesday, that it launched airstrikes on the strongholds and camps of the Houthi militia in Sanaa, stressing that warehouses and communications systems for Houthi drones were destroyed in Jabal al-Nabi Shuaib.

This comes while the Harib front in the south of Ma’rib governorate is witnessing intermittent clashes and an exchange of artillery shelling between the Giants forces on the one hand and the Houthi militias on the other, as the Giants Brigades impose a siege on the remnants of the Houthi militia in some Harib areas.

At the same time, the Houthi militias use citizens as human shields to impede the progress of the Giants’ forces.

Meanwhile, the Numan front, east of Al-Bayda governorate, witnesses clashes and cut-off reinforcements that come from Al-Bayda towards the Harib front, south of Ma’rib governorate.

In a related context, the coalition fighters launched a series of raids on reinforcements and a gathering center for militias in Al-Malajim, Al-Sawadiyah, and Nati’ districts in the Al-Bayda governorate, which the Houthi militias use as supply centers and where Missan is for launching missiles.

The Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen had announced the start of airstrikes in Sanaa, after dropping 8 marches launched towards Saudi Arabia, and following the terrorist attack on civilian facilities in the UAE.

The coalition indicated that the strikes targeted terrorist leaders north of the capital, Sana’a and that the F-15 attack aircraft destroyed two ballistic missile launchers used today.

The coalition also confirmed that the coalition air forces are carrying out 24-hour air operations over the capital, Sanaa.

The spokesman for the coalition forces, Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki, confirmed that the Houthi militia’s deliberate targeting of civilians, civilian objects, and economic installations, in both Saudi Arabia and the UAE, constitutes war crimes and a threat to regional and international security.

Brigadier Al-Maliki explained that the sinful hostile attack on the UAE is a cowardly hostile act, and a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law and its customary rules.

Al-Maliki also stressed that the coalition should take the necessary and necessary operational measures to deter these hostile behaviors of the Houthi militia.

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