The “Joint Forces” implement surprise pliers for the “Houthis” in Marib and Shabwa, the day after the redeployment on the western coast


Informed sources revealed, today, Friday, that the “joint forces” are preparing to implement a surprise pliers to defeat the Houthi rebels from the governorates of Marib and Shabwa, the day after their redeployment on the western coast.

The sources told Al-Mashhad Al-Yemeni that there are movements and preparations on the western coast for the transfer of brigades from the giants to reposition the majority of them in Shabwa governorate, specifically in the Usaylan Bayhan district.

The sources indicated that this step comes as a prelude to their involvement in the battle to liberate the districts of Bayhan, up to the Abdiya district of Ma’rib governorate, and to encircle the Houthi militia and cut off supplies to their forces in the Juba district, which is witnessing violent confrontations.

The sources noted that what happened in Hodeidah is the evacuation of the Stockholm sites to a new theater of operations that restores the national battle to its rightful place, which is what will happen in Shabwa, Marib and other fronts.

Yesterday, Thursday, large forces from the Giants Brigade led by Brigadier General Abu Zara’a al-Muharrami, and the infantry brigade led by the former Minister of Defense, Major General Haitham Qassem Taher, began a large-scale deployment outside its theater of operations in the West Coast region.

The withdrawals of these forces included the areas of Kilo 16, Al-Khoukha, Al-Durayhimi and Al-Jah, south of Hodeidah. Among the withdrawing military units were the First and Sixth Giants Brigades, while the Republic’s Guards forces led by Brigadier General Tariq Saleh took over all the sites instead of them, according to the same sources.

It is likely that the city of Aden will be the first destination for the withdrawing forces, to be redistributed later according to a plan coordinated with the Arab coalition that supports legitimacy in Yemen.

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