Yemen conducts new major operation, targets 350 Saudi-led aggressors
The Spokesman of Yemen’s Armed Forces said that an extensive attack was launched on the positions of Saudi-led aggressors, inflicting heavy casualties on them in Mocha on the West Coast in response to the ongoing Saudi aggression.
Iran Press/Middle East: Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesman Brigadier General Yahya Saree said on Monday that in response to the violations of the coalition of aggression and its mercenaries in the West Coast, the Yemeni forces carried out a new military operation called “If you return, we will return”, with nine ballistic missiles and more than 20 guided drones, targeting US-Saudi camps in Mocha.
Yahya Saree said that more than 350 were killed and injured, including Saudis, Emiratis, and Sudanese in the operation, Almasirah Television Network reported.
The operation led to destruction of five weapons storage, many vehicles and armored vehicles inside the targeted camps and disabling and destroying several radars, in addition to Patriot batteries.
He pointed out that the Army and Popular Committees won’t stay idle and will respond strongly to the enemy’s aggressions, violations, and breaches in Hudaydah and the West Coast.
"The operations of our forces came in response to the violations of aggression in the West Coast, where the number of creeps and infiltrations reached more than 120 operations," the Armed Forces Spokesman added.
Saree went on to say that the number of violations of the Stockholm agreement since the cease-fire has reached 30,844 breaches, including 1336 violations of aviation.
He stated that the airstrikes on Hudaydah hit 67, the last of which was an attack with more than 22 airstrikes, which left many martyred and injured.