Today, Sunday, the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen published videos of the ongoing operation in the Ma’rib Governorate to support the Yemeni National Army, where the videos show the coalition fighters targeting a set of militia military targets accurately and destroying them.
The Yemeni army liberated important sites on the al-Kasara and al-Mashjah fronts in the Ma’rib governorate, following a violent attack on the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia sites.
The coalition publishes videos of the ongoing operation in Marib to support the National Army # Arabia pic.twitter.com/TD2K78POb4
The official Yemeni News Agency quoted a military source as saying that the National Army and Popular Resistance launched a strong attack on the Houthi militia sites in Al-Kasara and Al-Masjhah Through it, they were able to liberate important sites on the Kasara and Al-Masjah front, and inflicted heavy losses on the militias in lives and equipment, “indicating that the military operation on those two fronts” is proceeding according to what was planned by the army leadership. ” The source praised the role of the Air Force of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy, led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in supporting the National Army, stressing that the coalition aircraft managed to destroy 12 military vehicles belonging to the Houthi militia in the Kassara front northwest of the city of Ma’rib.
(In a related context, the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen showed videos targeting Houthi equipment and elements, as part of its operations to support the National Army in Marib.
) The coalition destroyed “a hostile air defense system belonging to the Houthi militia in the Ma’rib front,” and included the destruction of the system “all its components and foreign experts,” according to the coalition.
He added that “all Military operations against the Houthi militia comply with international humanitarian law. ” The coalition stressed its continued “support for the operations of the National Army and the tribes in Marib to advance and protect civilians.”