160 Houthis killed and 11 vehicles destroyed in Abdiya

Today, Saturday, the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced that it had carried out 32 operations targeting the mechanisms and elements of the Houthi militia in Al-Abdiyyah, Marib, within 24 hours.

He also added that the targeting process resulted in the killing of 160 Houthi fighters and the destruction of 11 vehicles.

He affirmed his continued support for the Yemeni National Army to protect civilians from violations by Iranian-backed militias.


Yesterday, Friday, the Houthi militia received a painful blow at the hands of the coalition to support legitimacy and the Yemeni army, west of Ma’rib Governorate.

The media center of the Yemeni Armed Forces revealed that the coalition aircraft targeted reinforcements of the Houthi militia and incurred losses in life and equipment on the al-Kasara front.

In addition, the coalition confirmed earlier yesterday that it had carried out dozens of operations targeting militias and their mechanisms in the vicinity of Marib.

In a statement, he stressed that the militias continue their intransigence and disregard for international humanitarian laws by continuing to threaten the lives of civilians in villages and towns with missiles and sieges.

Members of the Yemeni army and resistance in Marib (Archive – Reuters)

The destruction of vehicles and the killing of hundreds

He also announced that he had carried out 40 targeting of the mechanisms and elements of the Houthi militia in the vicinity of Al-Abdiyyah within 24 hours. He explained that the targeting operations included the destruction of 10 military vehicles and casualties of more than 180 personnel.

It is noteworthy that since last February, the Houthis have launched an attack on the strategic and oil-rich Marib Governorate, in an attempt to control it without result, amid international warnings of the effects and risks of these attacks on thousands of displaced people.

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