Families return to their homes in Kataf after liberation from Houthis

Families are returning to their homes in Kataf, east of Saada Governorate in Yemen, the main stronghold of the Houthi militia. (Supplied)

Dozens of families returned to their homes in Kataf, east of Saada Governorate in Yemen, the main stronghold of the Houthi militia, after its liberation and clearance of mines planted by the militias.

The commander of the 84th Infantry Brigade in the Yemeni Army Brigadier General Raddad al-Hashemi stressed the importance of normalizing the situation in the region and the various areas of the liberated governorate and preparing it for the safe and stable return of the residents to their homes.

Yemeni families saada. (Supplied)

Yemeni families saada. (Supplied)

He praised the efforts exerted by the National Army forces with the support of the Arab Coalition to liberate large parts of the province.

In turn, the representative of the joint operations of the coalition to support legitimacy in the Green Zone, Colonel Badr bin Nasser, said that the efforts of the Kingdom and the Arab coalition partners to support their Yemeni brothers will not stop until the return of security and stability and the liberation of Yemen from the Houthi militia.

Yemeni families saada. (Supplied)

Yemeni families saada. (Supplied)

He stressed that humanitarian assistance will be provided urgently to the families returning to their areas, as a brotherly and humanitarian duty after their long suffering from oppression and injustice of the militia, expressing his happiness that the families are return to their homes.

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The return of the residents in Kataf began on Wednesday evening, one day after the commander of the Saada axis, Brig. Gen. Obaid Al-Othila, ordered them to return to their homes in Atafin and the branch of the Kataf administration after they were cleared and cleared of mines and containers planted by the Houthi militias before they were defeated.

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Last Update: Wednesday, 20 May 2020 KSA 09:52 - GMT 06:52
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