The Iranian Houthi militia continues to escalate its violations of the announced truce for the sixth consecutive day, on all fronts of the fighting in the governorates of Al-Hodeidah, Taiz, Al-Dhalea, Hajjah, Al-Jawf and Marib.
And at dawn today, Saturday, the Houthi militia bombed the Al-Wadi district of Marib, which includes the largest displacement camps, with a ballistic missile, the second since the truce was declared, after a missile it fired at Raghwan district two days ago, and local sources reported that the missile fell in an empty place, causing material damage.
In the early hours of Saturday morning, the artillery of the National Army repelled an armored attack on the Laerif front and burned a number of military crews and vehicles, including a BMP vehicle.
Military sources told Al-Arabiya that the Houthis pushed successive human coordinates from the Umm Reesh camp and Qaron al-Bor towards the open desert areas.
While other groups tried to infiltrate from Sa’ila al-Naq’a to restore the sand dunes liberated by the army days before the truce was declared, but failed to achieve any gains, and lost dozens of fighters.
The Houthi militias strengthened their positions on all fronts of Marib with military mechanisms and created a number of sites to which they were pushed by military groups during the truce period, in preparation for launching wider attacks on the positions of the National Army north, west and south of Ma’rib.
Earlier, the National Army said that the escalation of the Iranian Houthi militia and its violations of the UN truce comes in light of the full commitment of the army and the popular resistance forces to the ceasefire in accordance with the directives of the political and military leadership.