Yemeni army seizes Houthi arms warehouse in Saada, advances in Lahij

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The legitimate Yemeni government revealed that a warehouse used to store Houthi weapons was found on Monday, which the militias left behind after being defeated in one of their positions in their major stronghold Saada north of Yemen.

Military sources said the warehouse is located in Wadi Al Bou Jabara which was recently liberated and which is close to Kitaf wa Al Boqe’e District northeast of Saada. It contains medium and heavy weapons and advanced guided missiles.

According to the sources, the national army forces continue to advance towards the district of Kitaf, and are close to fully liberating it.

Meanwhile, the Arab Coalition’s air force destroyed missile-launching platforms, which the Houthis used in Saada to target the army, and civilian houses and towns.

It had earlier shelled the Houthi militias’ posts in other areas in Majz and Sahar districts.

Also on Monday, the Yemeni army forces liberated other posts where the Houthis had been stationed in Al Qabbaytah District north of the Lahij Governorate.

The Yemeni armed forces’ media center quoted a military source as saying that a number of locations in the eastern front of Al Qabbaytah were liberated adding that the army continues to advance towards Diyyash.

According to the source, the violent battles killed and injured many Houthi militants, and they lost many weapons and armed vehicles as well.

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