Yemen’s Army Cuts Houthi Supply Route From Hodeidah to Sanaa

Published September 10th, 2018 - 11:00 GMT
Hodeidah province (Twitter)
Hodeidah province (Twitter)

Yemen’s army has cut off an essential supply route linking Hodeidah province with the capital city Sanaa that the Houthi militia use to transport arms supplies, Saudi state-news channel Al-Ekhbariya reported.

In a statement issued through the army’s media center, the army announced that troops had advanced toward the Kilo 16 area amid major collapses within Houthi militia ranks, with the troops only meters away from the Nana plan and Red Sea silos.

On Sunday, dozens of Houthi militants were killed and many others wounded in a military operation launched by units of the Yemeni army, east of Hodeidah.



A military source said a large number of families fled the area where their homes were at risk of cross fire, and were escorted to safe zones where they were given medical treatment and food.

The source said the Houthis used civilians in the region on as human shields as the army advanced toward them.


This article has been adapted from its original source.

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