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Yemen: clashes continue on the west coast

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) –¬†The western shores of Yemen have been the scene of serious clashes between the Saudi-led coalition and the Yemeni and Ansarullah¬†forces over the last few days.

According to the Fars News news agency, the Saudi regime claims that Yemen’s army and People’s Committees are sourcing arms through shipping routes to the port of al-Hudaydah.

In the aftermath of their operations, the Yemeni army and Ansarallah’s ballistic unit on Tuesday (May 29th) hit several military targets of the Saudi-led coalition on the west coast of Yemen.

“Yemeni forces fired several ballistic missiles at paramilitary positions affiliated with the Saudi coalition in western Yemen,” a military source said.

According to this source, the missiles hit their targets with precision, information denied by Saudi officials who claim they were intercepted.

Meanwhile, General Aziz Rached, spokesman for the Yemeni army, announced that army and People’s Committee forces, by killing Saudi mercenaries and destroying their armored vehicles and operating cells, had dealt a blow to the pro-Riyad coalition. He added that clashes continue on the west coast.

“The army and the People’s Committees enjoy larger numbers; there are many Yemeni tribesmen volunteering to help fight the Saudi-American-Emirati aggressors, “he said.

Ansarallah leader Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said on Monday that his forces would block any attempt by the aggression coalition to occupy al-Hudaydah. “We will resist the joint offensive of Riyadh, Tel Aviv and Washington against the west coast. This war, our enemies can start it, but they will not be able to finish it, “he said.

Al-Houthi said the battles on the west coast of Yemen were triggered by a scenario planned by the United States and entrusted to their Saudi and Emirati allies.