The forces of the National Army and the tribes were able to break the continuous attacks of the Houthi militia in the Serwah district, west of Marib.
Field sources said that the army and tribes had broken multiple Houthi attacks in the Arak area, Serwah district, where the militias were sending their reinforcements from the Al-Malah and Shaab Jamila areas, which are considered a backyard for the Houthis.
The sources indicated that militia reinforcements were provided, last night, from Maysara Sarwah and Maysara Kovel, and violent battles continued from Monday noon until Tuesday morning.
The sources confirmed that the Houthi militia had suffered a major setback, despite the attacks, human coordination and reinforcements, as the army and tribes forces forced it to retreat to Arak, Al-Hosn, and Wadi Dhanna.
In addition, local sources confirmed, today, Tuesday, that huge Houthi reinforcements had descended from the Khawlan areas in Sana’a governorate, through Naqil Al-Wada and Wadi Habbab, west of Sirwah, heading to the Dhanna front to resume the attack.
A few days ago, the Houthi militia has been desperate to achieve field breakthroughs on the Serwah front, after the army forces focused on the battles of al-Juba, in light of a clear disregard for the importance of the Serwah front.