A team of Yemeni army engineers supported by the coalition forces blew up naval and ground mines left behind by the Houthis off the coast of Midi after the area was liberated from them.
The video shows the detonation of naval mines planted by the Houthis off the coast of Midi in north-west Yemen aiming to disrupt international navigation.
The engineering teams also collected and detonated a number of Houthi mines inside a deep hole.
The Yemeni army and the resistance, on Tuesday, liberated Mount Kataf strategic area of Nate’a east of the province of Al-Bayda in central Yemen, killing seven Houthis.
Two members of the Houthi militia were also killed in an ambush by the Popular Resistance in the district of Qaryashiya in the province of Al-Bayda.
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