Watch the video… Fiery messages to army heroes from the front lines of the battle fronts in Marib, after the arrival of striking forces


On Wednesday evening, the Armed Forces Media Center published fiery messages to the heroes of the National Army and the Popular Resistance from the front lines of the fighting fronts in Marib Governorate (eastern Yemen).

The heroes of the army and the resistance stressed in their messages that Marib will be a cemetery for the Houthi coup militia, and that the militias will not be able to enter Marib, no matter how many military forces are mobilized.

They stressed that the Marib fronts will be a holocaust for all Houthi fighters, who were pushed by the coup militias to the various fighting fronts in the governorate.

The heroes of the army and the resistance also reassured the citizens of the city of Marib and in Yemen in general, that Marib was and will remain resistant to the Houthi militia, which has failed to subdue it since its coup against the legitimate authority in 2014.

Earlier today, a new batch of snipers was attached to the battlefronts in Marib to confront the Iranian-backed Houthi militia.

And on Tuesday, military units, highly trained and equipped with weapons and military equipment, arrived in Ma’rib Governorate, to reinforce the army’s forces and engage in the fighting fronts of the national army and the resistance in the face of the Houthi coup militia.

Yemeni Information Minister Muammar Al-Eryani said that the arrival of these forces “comes in light of the continued escalation of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia, and the escalation of its terrorist attacks on civilian objects and civilians.”

Al-Eryani confirmed that more military reinforcements will reach Marib, indicating that this will change the balance of forces in favor of the national army.

Since last February, the Houthi coup militia has intensified its attacks in Marib to control it, as it is the most important stronghold of the government and the headquarters of the Ministry of Defense, in addition to its enjoyment of oil and gas wealth, and the Marib gas station, which before the war supplied most of the provinces with electricity.

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