Report: Yemen army achieves great victories in battlefronts over 24 hours
SANAA, April 15 (YPA) – Yemen army has achieved great victories in the battlefronts against Saudi troop and its militias over the past 24 hours, according to reports combined by Yemen Press Agency on Sunday.
- Saudi-led coalition media admitted the killing of four soldiers and injuring of two in clashes with the army in border fronts line.
- At least 34 of militias were killed and injured in sniping operations in Bayda, Jawf and Taiz fronts during three days.
- In Najran border province:
Yemen army carried out an unique offensive operation on Eghlaq site in Shabak, and are able to control it, killing, wounding dozens and seizing military equipments.
Artillery and missile shelling was fired toward Saudi soldiers and militias’ gatherings in Sudais and Shurfa sites.
A Saudi soldier was sniped in Shabaka site.
Gatherings of Saudi-backed militias were shelled in Qiada site, Boqia and Ajasher deserts by artillery.
- In the border province of Jizan:
Artillery and missile bombardment targeted gatherings and fortifications of Saudi soldiers and their militias in Shaab and Mushqaf censorships.
- In Marib province:
Two of militias were killed and five injured by the fire of Yemen army in Serwah front.
- In Taiz province:
A two-way militias’ advance was repelled in Haifan front, killing and wounding many of them.
A large infiltration toward Dhabab valley, continued for hours, was foiled, inflicted the militias heavy losses.
Army repelled a large-scale militias’ advance toward Habashi mount accompanied by coverage of the military aircraft without making any progress.
- In lahj province:
Dozens of militias were killed and injured during repelling their infiltration on 14th hill of Karsh front.
Saudi-backed militias’ infiltration was foiled in Karbah hill , accompanied by an air cover , which targeted his mercenary with 3 raids.
- In Medi district:
Yemen army artillery force shelled gatherings of Saudi-backed militias in the north of Medi desert and Tewal crossing.