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The Yemeni army was able to liberate strategic sites in Al-Jawf, northwest of the country

The Yemeni army forces managed to liberate several fronts in different locations in Al-Jawf Governorate, northwest of the country, which were controlled by the Houthis.

According to the Yemeni satellite channel, today, Saturday, the army forces were able to completely liberate and restore strategic military sites in the "Al-Qa'if" front, north of Al-Jawf Governorate.

The Arab coalition warplanes also targeted with several focused air raids, separate gatherings and reinforcements for the Houthis, which caused great losses in equipment and lives.

In the same context, the air defenses of the Yemeni army shot down, yesterday, a drone launched by the Houthis in the desert of Al-Baqa'a, Saada Governorate, north of Yemen.

The commander of the Fourth Sector, Major Azzam Abbad, said in a statement to the official Yemeni news agency (Saba) that the defenses of the Yemeni National Army (land-to-air) managed to shoot down a drone near the "Souk al-Baq'a" that was loaded with explosive devices, stressing that the army's strikes were accurate and quick towards the plane. The march, which lost the ability to reach its goal.

Major Abbad indicated that the launch of the drone coincides with the Houthis incurring heavy losses in lives and equipment in the Rashaha Mountains in the governorate.

It is noteworthy that the Yemeni Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Muammar Al-Eryani, condemned the Houthi group's continued obstruction of the implementation of the Sweden agreement on the exchange of prisoners and abductees, despite the passage of three years of the agreement.

Al-Eryani explained - in a statement reported by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), that the Houthi group continues to obstruct the implementation of the agreement without any regard for humanitarian considerations and the deterioration of the health of hundreds of abductees due to the conditions of their detention in its illegal detention centers, and the suffering of their families and families.