Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman discussed the situation in Yemen with the US envoy, Timothy Lenderking, while military sources confirmed the deaths of the Houthis in the battles of Marib, coinciding with the raids of the Saudi-Emirati coalition.
According to an official statement, during the meeting between bin Salman and Lenderking a review of the joint efforts made to reach a comprehensive political solution to the Yemeni crisis. Read also Hadi: The current war was imposed by the Hou this to serve Iran Food baskets and free clinics … Learn about the community initiatives during Ramadan in Yemen Looks and tears | Yemenis .. enough !!
Lenderking had previously arrived in Riyadh with the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, to hold talks with Yemeni and Saudi officials, and the US State Department also stated that Lenderking would travel to Oman to ensure regular access to goods and humanitarian aid to all parts of Yemen, to reinforce a permanent
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Battles and general mobilization
On the military level, the Yemeni National Army said that military units supported by the popular resistance killed and wounded 17 Houthi elements during a luring operation targeting Houthi elements in the Al-Mashjah front in the Ma’rib governorate.
On the Kassara front, a military source said that the army bombarded the gatherings and movements of the Houthi gunmen and destroyed a number of military vehicles, which led to the fall of a number of Houthis dead and wounded.
In conjunction with those operations, the Saudi-Emirati coalition aircraft targeted several Houthi gatherings and reinforcements in separate locations west of Marib, and there has been no response or explanation by the Houthis regarding these news so far.
Since last February, the Houthis have stepped up their attacks in Marib Governorate in order to control it, as it is the most important stronghold of the Yemeni government and the main headquarters of the Ministry of Defense, in addition to its enjoyment of oil and gas wealth.
For his part, the governor of Al-Jawf, Major General Amin Al-Akimi, called on the people of his governorate and all Yemenis to mobilize and support the National Army until the Houthis are eliminated and the republican system restored.
Al-Akimi stressed – during an extensive meeting with local leaders and a number of dignitaries and elders of the Dahm tribes – on the mobilization among the people of the province, in response to the call of the governor of Marib to fight the Houthis.