Pro-government forces expand military operations in al Mocha, Coalition fighter jets strike Houthis positions

Pro-government forces expand military operations in al Mocha, Coalition fighter jets strike Houthis positions

The pro-government forces expanded on Sunday the military operations in the outskirts of al Mocha city, western Taiz, southwestern Yemen, in coincidence with air raids launched by fighter jets of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition on the Houthi militants’ positions.

 

A military source told Almasdaronline that the pro-government forces have completed clearing the landmines around the Steam Station and the Residential Town, and were preparing to wage an attack on these areas.

 

According to the source, the Houthis snipers are stationing on the buildings inside the Residential Town and they have prisons and ammunition stores inside the town, while other snipers were stationing on the Steam Station.

At the same time, the pro-government forces landmines teams have accelerated clearing the mines in the al Hali neighborhood, northeastern al Mocha, the last neighborhood under the Houthis control, in preparation for the advancement of the pro-government forces.

Meanwhile, the fighter jets of the Arab Coalition launched 15 air raids on the Houthi group militants and forces loyal to former president Saleh northern al Mocha city, according to the source.

Seen raids had targeted the al Zahari military camp, five raids on Yekhtel area, and three raids targeted rebels reinforcements on the coastal line leading to al Khokha area”.

 



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