Government forces advance on the ground west of Al-Dhale’a and take control of the city of Al-Fakher

Government forces advance on the ground west of Al-Dhale’a and take control of the city of Al-Fakher


Forces loyal to the legitimate government on Tuesday made progress west of al- Dhale’a in the south of the country after heavy fighting with Houthi militias in which both sides were killed and wounded.

Military sources said that government forces were able to enter the city of Al-Fakher and ended the control of the Houthi militants.

Violent clashes broke out early in the morning between government forces and Houthi militants in Al- Al- Dhale’a governorate.

Field sources said that the clashes broke out in the early hours of Tuesday morning following violent attacks by the Houthis in the front of "Hajar" extending to the front of "Shakhab" west of the city of Qa’taba, north of Al-Dhale’a, in which all kinds of weapons were used.

According to the sources, the government forces, consisting of units and military brigades of the legitimate government and the "security belt" in Al-Dhale’a governorate, launched a counter-offensive in which they were able to advance and control Tibet ,al-Tawilah and "Beit al-Zaidi" front of the "Bab Ghalq " front northwest of Qa’taba.

The sources added that the government forces made progress in Beit al-Hadhrami and Beit Al-Weidi in Habeel Al-Zubairiat.

The sources confirmed that there were dead and wounded from the Houthis and government forces, including the leader, Massad al-ba’dani, who is affiliated with the legitimate government forces.


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