The Saudi-led Arab Coalition fighter jets intensified on Sunday evening the aerial bombardment on the sites of the Houthis-Saleh forces in the western coast and eastern Taiz city, southwestern Yemen.
A military source told Almasdaronline that the air raids targeted Houthis sites and equipment in Damkhnin mountain western Khaled camp in Mawza district western Taiz.
The source added that three air raids also targeted reinforcements in northern Mocha district on the Red Sea coast.
In Taiz city, two air raids had hit Houthis’ sites in Aala mountain in al Hawban region, and three raids hit the airport east of the city.
22 Houthis-Saleh militants were killed, 30 others wounded, and a number of military vehicles, rockets launchers were destroyed in the air raids.
The intensification of the aerial bombardment by the Arab coalition aircrafts on the Houthi-Saleh forces came after the arrival of reinforcements from Hodeida province, west of Taiz, to the rebels’ positions in Al Mocha and Mawza districts, west of the province.