The Yemeni national army has made significant progress towards the Aqaba mountains in the border town of Al Jawf, while Houthi militias were hit with heavy artillery fire in Sarawah province.
This comes at a time when the soldiers of the third battalion are besieging the militia in al-Majd mountain.
Elsewhere, leadership in Taiz announced the Yemeni National Army’s - with support from the Arab coalition - control of the Omari camp west of the province after clashes with Houthis.
According to the leadership, forces of the National Army tightened control over the mountains after fierce fighting with the militias.
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