The Yemeni army and Ansarallah forces have launched operations from the areas under their control in south-eastern Saudi province of Jizan against multinational mercenaries working for Riyadh in order to increase pressure on Riyadh and thus ensure the security of the Yemeni provinces of Hajjah and Sadaa.
Yemeni forces targeted the positions of Saudi Arabian mercenaries near Al Qai’s mountain and destroyed their defensive lines on that axis at the first attempt.
After several hours of heavy clashes that resulted in many deaths and injuries among Riyadh mercenaries, Yemeni fighters took control of several areas and checkpoints of the Saudi coalition.
The Yemeni Army Military Engineering Unit jointly launched an operation against a group of pro-Saudi soldiers.
News from the eastern axis of Jahfan Mountain reports the launch of operations by the Saudi coalition to push back Yemeni forces. Following the clashes that lasted a few hours, the attackers eventually failed and several of them were killed.
In two separate operations against Mashaal and al-Farizeh base in Jizan, Yemeni snipers killed and wounded several mercenaries.
In addition, Yemeni forces targeted and destroyed a military convoy carrying Saudi mercenaries on the eastern axis of al-Dud mountain where a surprise attack by the Yemeni army artillery unit and Ansarallah inflicted heavy material damage on the Saudi coalition.
In order to fully ensure the security of Sadaa and Hajjah provinces, Ansarallah’s fighters have increased pressure on Riyadh by taking control of a larger area in the east, southeast and south of Jizan province in Saudi Arabia.
For the past four years, Yemeni forces have controlled certain areas of south-eastern Jizan province. The Saudi mercenaries tried to recover them in vain.
Yesterday, Sunday, March 10, Saudi American coalition fighters bombed several residential areas in the Kushar district of Hajjah province 15 times.
In an interview with Al-Masirah’s Yemeni channel, Youssef al-Hazzari, spokesman for the Yemeni Ministry of Health, reported the deaths of 23 people, including 14 children and 9 women. Some of the injured are in critical condition.
In particular, the Ministry criticised the UN and human rights organisations for failing to take a firm stance on Saudi Arabia’s war crimes against Yemeni civilians.
Reprimanding the Red Cross for inertia, Youssef al-Hazzari called on the organizations concerned to fulfil their humanitarian obligations by equipping field hospitals to reduce human losses.