The coalition forces in the Yemeni province of Dalea succeeded in taking back the hills overlooking the camp of Al-Fakhir area north the province, after clashes with the Houthis militias; the forces of Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi declared that 7 Huthi gunmen were killed east of the province of Al- Bayda.
The Yemeni Assistant Commander of the Behan, Lieutenant Colonel Abdul Wahab Bihab, said that Houthi gunmen tried to sneak into the positions of the army in the areas of Fadhah and Albayad Directorate Malagm east of the province of BAYARD, but the Yemen forces stopped them.
The Lt. Col. Bahib said that the confrontations resulted in the death of 3 Houthis and the wounding of four others.
The artillery support force of the army and the Popular Committees of the Houthis, bombed the gatherings of government forces belonging to the 22nd Brigade in Taiz, killing 5 and wounding 16 of them.
This comes in conjunction with the continued attempts by the Iranian-backed Houthi militias to target areas in Saudi Arabia with armed aircraft. The latest was announced by the spokesman of the forces of the “Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen,” Colonel Turki al-Maliki, last Tuesday, where
he said that the Huthi militias tried to target one Vital facility in the city of Najran, using a drone carrying explosives. Two weeks ago, the Houthi militias targeted two pumping stations of the pipeline to transport Saudi oil.
The Arab-led coalition, led by Saudi Arabia in Yemen, announced in April that it had destroyed a cave in Sanaa used by al-Huthi militias to store drones for the purpose of carrying out terrorist attacks.
The coalition confirmed in January that the Houthis had drones of the Iranian regime, and showed pictures of drones of the type “Ababil T,” called by the Houthis “Qasf.” This follows an attack by the Houthis with an Iranian aircraft on a military parade at the base of Anad air Balhaj, killing the head of intelligence The Yemeni military Major General Mohammed Saleh Tamah and 6
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres sent a letter to Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi following the criticisms of the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths by the Yemeni government .
The Yemeni government complained about the UN envoy in a letter sent to the United Nations a few days ago. After what Antonio Guterres promised To keep on making efforts to implement the Stockholm Agreement.