Saudi-led coalition launches 45 raids in Wadi Al-Nahr: Yemen
Violent confrontations are underway in Wadi Al-Nahr area, west of the Shabwa Governorate between the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees and the Emirati-backed Giants Brigades.
Violent confrontations are underway in Wadi al-Nahr area in Yemen, west of the Shabwa Governorate with the Yemeni Armed Forces on one side and the Emirates-backed Giants Brigades with Saudi air support on the other.
The Saudi-led coalition raids are in support of the UAE-backed forces on the ground who claimed their control over large parts of the Harib District, southeast of Marib.
In the last hours, the Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched 45 raids targeting numerous districts in the south and east of Marib, as well as the administrative center of the Khub and Al-Shaaf District border with Najran.
Video footage released by the Yemeni military media showed the Yemeni Army intercepting advance attempts by Hadi forces and the Saudi-led coalition in southwest Taiz, southwest of Yemen.
The scenes also depicted the targeted gatherings of Hadi forces and direct casualties from among their ranks. During the confrontations, more than 20 of them were killed or wounded and their attempts at advancing failed.
Two days ago, 20 coalition airstrikes were launched on the capital and its surroundings, a number of which targeted Sanaa International Airport and Al-Daylami Air Base.
The coalition warplanes also launched 5 strikes on the Al-Sabaha area in the Bani Matar District, west of Sanaa, and on the Al-Nahdin area, in addition to two raids on the Al-Hafa area, south of the capital.
Additionally, dozens of Saudi-led coalition mercenaries have been killed after a ballistic missile hit a military site of theirs in Marib, Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson Brigadier General Yahya Saree announced Wednesday.
"The missile force was able to target a large gathering of US-Saudi-led coalition of aggression mercenaries in the third military area in Marib using a ballistic missile, and the strike was accurate," Saree said on Twitter.
The Chief Sanaa negotiator Mohammad Abd Al-Salam said the member states of the Saudi-led aggression on Yemen, such as the United Arab Emirates, are facing an imminent security crisis.
"The UAE cannot stand on its own without US crutches, and it is working hard in begging for American support," Abd Al-Salam declared, highlighting that the UAE could avoid begging for support simply through withdrawing from the war on Yemen.
The chief negotiator asserted that no support whatsoever would help the UAE, and it will not achieve stability as long as it is maintaining its aggression against Yemen.