The Houthi coup militia admitted, on Saturday evening, that its forces were subjected to new strikes on the fighting fronts in Shabwa Governorate (eastern Yemen).
The Houthi militia said in a statement, which was reviewed by “The Yemeni Scene”, that the aircraft of the Arab coalition to support legitimacy, targeted several sites and gatherings of militias in Shabwa.
The Houthi militia stated that the strikes carried out by the coalition fighters were all focused on separate areas in the Markha district of Shabwa, and did not reveal the size of the losses they sustained as a result of the air raids.
The army forces, backed by the popular resistance, launched a violent attack on the positions of the Iranian Houthi militia, in the Bayhan axis, in Shabwa governorate.
The attack resulted in regaining control of several military sites that had been controlled by the Houthi militia in Asilan, Shabwa governorate, in addition to the killing and wounding of dozens of Houthi militia members, and the destruction of their military vehicles.