The Yemeni Prime Minister, Moein Abdul-Malik, considered, on Wednesday, that the terrorist operations committed by the Houthi militia against civilians and displaced persons in Marib and the targeting of their camps, “are a blatant challenge to the international efforts and movements to bring peace to Yemen,” and said that they “embody the truth of the bloody and racist nature of the project.” This militia is subject to the Iranian regime’s agenda. ”
He pointed out that the disgraceful and continuing actions of the Houthi militia against civilians and displaced persons in Marib and other areas of Yemen confirm their unwillingness or delinquency for peace.
This came during his contact with the governor of Ma’rib, Sultan Al-Arada, to find out the humanitarian and relief situation provided to the displaced people fleeing their camps According to the official Yemeni News Agency
, the Houthi militia’s suicide attacks on the outskirts of Ma’rib governorate have been hit by the Houthi’s criminality, in addition to the conditions of the displaced and what their camps are exposed to in terms of The systematic targeting of Houthis with missiles, missiles and drones, and the new wave of displacement that this caused.
Abdul-Malik praised the performance of the national army, popular resistance, tribesmen and the Yemeni people in various battlefields, expressing his appreciation for the role of Saudi Arabia in confronting the Iranian project and its sabotage goals in Yemen and the region.
The Yemeni army forces were able, on Tuesday, to defeat the militia. The Houthi, backed by Iran, from several locations in the Jabal Murad front in the south of the Ma’rib governorate.
The media center of the Yemeni Armed Forces said that the militia attacked military sites in the Jabal Murad front, but the army and the resistance broke the attack and launched a counterattack During it, they were able to liberate a number of locations where the Houthi militia was stationed.
He added that the battles resulted in the death of 7 members of the Houthi militia and wounding others, in addition to other losses with equipment.
*) The Yemeni army also broke an attack by the Houthi militia, in the northwestern front in the Ma’rib governorate, near Al-Jawf Junction, and forced it to flee after losing dozens of dead and wounded.