Yemeni armed forces and allied popular committees are advancing on new fronts in Bayda Province against Daesh and Al-Qaeda Takfiri mercenaries backed by the Saudi-led coalition.
Brigadier General Yahya Saree, the spokesperson for Yemeni armed forces, was quoted as saying by Yemen’s Al-Masirah news network Tuesday that significant progress has been made in the ongoing military operation.
Saree announced the liberation of Aqaba Al-Qanza hilltop, which overlooks the town of Bayhan.
“Thanks to God and the heroic efforts of army and popular committees, Al-Qanza pass in the city of Numan came back under the control of (Yemeni) forces,” he said during his visit to the province.
He stressed that the military gains by the Resistance front has created deterrence against the armed mercenaries sponsored by Saudi Arabia, the UAE and the US.
The military spokesperson, giving details about the “Al-Nasr Al-Mubin Operation” (Clear Victory) said hundreds of kilometers of the occupied Yemeni territory was cleared within four days of the second phase of the multi-pronged operation, which began on July 20.
He said army forces and popular committees have been deployed in all areas around the village of Bijan in oil-producing Shabwa province, saying they are in control of the situation.
The spokesperson also declared the dominance of Yemeni armed forces on the strategic route of Al-Qanza, which overlooks Al-Abdiya and Murad operational fronts in Marib Province, 70 miles east of the capital Sanaa.
Source: Tasnim News Agency