YEMEN Press Agency

UAE scold its militias’ leaders in western Coast

SANAA, July 1 (YPA) – The leadership of the United Arab of  Emirates (UAE) occupation forces scolded a number of its militias leaders on the west Coast, holding them the responsibility for the defeat in the western coast battle in Yemen’s Red Sea Port City of Hodeidah, where hundreds of militias were killed and injured in addition to the destruction of dozens of armored and modern mechanisms, Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar reported.

According to the newspaper, sources said that the leadership of UAE coalition forces summoned the commanders of Giants brigades and Gen. Tariq Saleh to Yemen’s Aden, and they were given a week to restore the coalition’s supply lines in Faza area south-east of “Tahitah” district, and in “Aljah” area, as well as “Alifqa” area in the district of Durihami.

The week-long deadline, which began last Friday, ended on Wednesday, with no significant progress on the ground being achieved, the newspaper added.

The Yemeni Army forces attacked Saudi-backed militias forcing them to changes their course in the outskirts of Hodeidah airport to al-Tahita district, which is 50 km away from the city.

Two military battalions of 1250 “giants brigades” are still besieged in the vicinity of Hodeidah airport and in Jabalyah area  in the district of  Durihami for a week, while the donation’s  main supply lines are still under the control of the Yemeni army forces.