The coalition destroys the march launched by the Houthis to Saudi Arabia

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Yesterday, the Coalition to Maintain Legitimacy in Yemen announced the interception and destruction of a naive captive drone that was launched to Khamis Mushait, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He also announced the implementation of 29 target operations by the militia in Marib and Al-Bayda the day before yesterday.

He added in a statement yesterday that the operations had led to the destruction of an air defense system belonging to the Houthi militia, emphasizing that its casualties exceeded 90 members. He also continued that 6 operations aimed at the militia in support of the West Coast forces and the protection of civilians.

Meanwhile, the Yemeni government has sent new military reinforcements to Marib Governorate, trained and equipped to reinforce the forces involved in confrontations with the Houthi militia, while a UN report confirmed that Houthi militia shell mines destroyed agricultural land in Hodeidah Governorate.

Military sources stated that the new reinforcements include two battalions whose members have received specific training on many combat and field skills that qualify them to perform specific tasks in locations to be determined by the Ministry of War.

On the other hand, and in the continuation of the series of violations against civilians, the Houthi militia bombed yesterday with ballistic missiles a camp for the displaced housing hundreds of displaced people, south of Ma’rib Prefecture. Al-Houthi militia targeted Al-Rahma camp, located in the Harib Junction city.

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In addition, an international report revealed the catastrophic impact of the Houthi militia on the agricultural sector in the Tihama Plain area along the Red Sea coast, the most important agricultural area in the country.

He said that since 2018, the Tihama Plain has produced nearly a quarter of the local cereal crop. According to an analysis of satellite images conducted by the Observatory of Conflict and Environment in October 2020, 46 percent of the agricultural land area in Wadi Zabid and Rima in the Tihama plain experienced significant losses of biomass because the area had little resistance before the conflict due to management practices .Sustainable water.

There has been a significant decline in agriculture and yields due to the economic impacts of the conflict. In addition, population losses, infrastructure damage, loss of agricultural inputs, and reduced management contributed to the decline, which in turn significantly affected livelihoods and food security in the region.

The report explained that the lack of access is due to the presence of explosives, as landmines were manually planted without a recognizable pattern along the coast, in and around major cities and towns, and along transport routes. The explosives also hampered the movement of farmers, damaged vehicles and agricultural equipment, and desert fields, leaving many farmers without their only source of income during the past six years of conflict.

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