Today, Monday, the Houthi militia, which has launched an attack on the Ma’rib governorate, has suffered heavy losses.
Yemeni military sources told Al-Arabiya that dozens of militia members, including field leaders, were killed this morning in raids by the fighters of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy on militia sites in the Serwah front, west of Marib.
A field source explained that the raids targeted a meeting of field leaders of the militias at the site behind Tabbah Al-Matar in the Serwah district, and resulted in dozens of deaths and the destruction of a number of vehicles.
The raids also targeted Houthi reinforcements on the Al-Kasara, Al-Mushajah and Maysara Sarwah fronts, in light of the continuation of battles on various fronts.
Yesterday, the Yemeni army’s media center also announced that its artillery targeted the movements of militia members in separate locations west of Ma’rib, and they incurred heavy losses in lives and equipment.
It is noteworthy that since last February, the Houthis loyal to Iran have launched successive military campaigns and attacks in order to advance towards Marib, despite the appeals of the United Nations and Washington, as well as humanitarian organizations to stop these attacks, for fear of thousands of displaced people in the province.
However, the militias, which did not succeed in achieving progress amid popular and military resistance, continue their attacks in order to control the city, located in an oil-rich province.
Source: تهامة برس by tehamapress.net.
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