Pro-government forces advance northern al Mocha, coalition warplanes shell Houthis sites western Taiz – military source

Pro-government forces advance northern al Mocha, coalition warplanes shell Houthis sites western Taiz – military source

A military source said that the pro-government forces, backed by the popular resistance, controlled con Sunday large parts of Hussi Salem area northern al Mocha in western Taiz, southwestern Yemen, and were advancing towards al Khokha district, southern Hodeida province.

 

The source told Almasdaronline that the Houthis retreated from eastern Hussi Salem, after the pro-government forces have cleared the landmine networks.

 

Meanwhile, the fighter jets of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition launched several airstrikes on the Houthis’ sites in Mawza district, four air raids on their sites western Khaled camp, and three raids on Houthis’ gathering in an area between Mawza and Dhubab district”.

 

Other airstrikes also targeted Houthis’ reinforcements in al Mocha crossroads in Mawza, killing and injuring a number of Houthi militants. Added the source.

 

On the other side, the Houthi militants stationing in Mawza have launched artillery and katyusha missiles shelling on the pro-government forces’ sites in Kahbob area western al Madhareba district of Lahj province, and four government troops were injured.

 



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