Report: Army achieves great victories on battlefronts over 24 hours
SANAA, June 18 (YPA) – The Yemen army has achieved great victories by launching military offensive operations on Saudi troops in several battle fronts during the past 24 hours, according to military reports combined by Yemen Press Agency on Monday.
- In Yemen’s western coast :
The army destroyed over 44 of Saudi-backed militiamen’s military vehicles
The army blockaded and cut off militiamen’s reinforcement lines in Nukhailah, Faza and Jah.
Dozens of militiamen were killed and hundreds wounded, evacuating them by the sea.
Artillery shelling of the army destroyed a military vehicle.
- In Jizan border province:
A ballistic missile, Badr 1, was fired towards a new- camp.
In Saudi border province of Asir:
A ballistic missile, Zilzal-2, Katyusha rockets and artillery shells were fired toward gatherings of Saudi soldiers and their militiamen, causing heavy casualties in Alb border crossing.
- In Najran border province:
An infiltration attempt, which backed with air cover, towards ADhyaq area in front of Khadhra border crossing was repelled, killing and wounding dozens.
Artillery and missile shells targeted hills, which the militiamen stationed in, toward Adhyaq area.
Missile bombing targeted Saudi soldiers’ gatherings in Sahn beyond Sudais, killing and wounding dozens.
A Saudi soldier was shot dead in Sawh.
A military vehicle was bombed by an explosive device in Boqea, killing all its crew.
- In Bayda province:
The army repelled an infiltration towards Natea front, killing and wounding dozens of the militiamen.
A military vehicle of the militiamen was destroyed during repelling their infiltration.
- In Jawf province:
A military vehicle of the militiamen was destroyed by an explosive device in Mahamisha area of Kkub-Washaf district, killing all its crew.
- In Lahj province:
Artillery force of the army targeted gatherings of Saudi-backed militiament in Karash district.
- In Nehm district:
The army destroyed a BMB armored vehicle with a guided missile, killing and wounding of those on board.