UAE forces hand over their headquarters in Al-Khokha to Tarek Saleh forces

UAE forces hand over their headquarters in Al-Khokha to Tarek Saleh forces


The UAE Armed Forces Command handed over its largest headquarters in the city of Al-Khokha, south of Al-Hodeida province in western Yemen, on Saturday to the forces of the Guards of the Republic led by Brigadier Tariq Saleh, the brother son of the former president, funded by the United Arab Emirates.

A military source told Al-Masdar Online that the UAE command handed over its headquarters at the site of "Al-Ambara" in the city of Al-Khokha, south of Hodeidah, to the forces of the Guards of the Republic, and left for their headquarters in the city of Al-Mocha, west of Taiz province, the last headquarters in the West Coast front.

The source pointed out that the handover of operations headquarters in Amarba in Al-Khokha came immediately after the return of Brigadier General Tariq Saleh from his visit to Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates.

According to the source, the UAE forces' operations in Al-Khokha were nearly suspended for about a month, with 5 officers and 30 Emirati soldiers, as well as soldiers from the Giants' forces tasked with protecting the headquarters.

Three months ago, UAE forces withdrew from the outposts east of Hodeidah and al-Drihimi and Al-Tahita directorates, and distributed weapons and equipment between the guards of the Republic and the brigades of giants and the resistance.

The information available indicates the keenness of the UAE Forces Command to provide funding and weapons and supervise the training of the Forces of the Republic Guards and deploy them in the liberated cities and areas, while the forces of giants and resistance are distributed in the seam zones.

In the past months, UAE forces have overseen the handover of several camps and positions to the forces of the Guards of the Republic, most notably the Khalid and Air Defense camps in Al-Mocha, al-Omari camp near Bab al-Mandab, Abu Musa camp in Al-Khokha, Zuqar Island in the Red Sea, and other newly established sites. .


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