Yemeni army liberate Hodeidah tourist resorts, seize Houthi ballistic missiles
Yemen’s joint forces liberated private resorts on the outskirts of Hodeidah on Saturday, which are located only 10 kilometers away from the city’s airport.
A video showed Yemeni armed forces infiltrate the resorts, which the Houthi militia took up as military bases.
According to a local Yemeni newspaper, a storage area filled with ballistic missiles was seized inside one of the resorts, which the militia had left behind before escaping.
Meanwhile, local eyewitnesses said that the Arab Coalition carried out several air raids early on Sunday targeting Houthi gatherings at their headquarters in the fifth military zone near the Hodeidah airport, and other locations.
The eyewitnesses added that the Arab Coalition is continuing intensive air raid operations over Hodeidah.
Yemeni forces are pushing forward to liberate the rest of the al-Duraihmi governorate, and are preparing to begin the battle to liberate the Hodeidah airport and its strategic ports amid a noticeable retreat by the Houthis.
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