Colonel Maliki: Coalition forces have initiative, superiority in battle with Houthi, Iran in Yemen 2 Riyadh

Thursday 1439/4/17 - 2018/01/04
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The official spokesman of the coalition forces in Yemen said that the permits granted to aid agencies and ships since the beginning of the military operations amounted to 17293 permits, including 2749 permits through sea ports and 7590 permits for humanitarian and relief assistance coming to Yemen through the air ports, while the permits for non-targeting were 6047 permits with the share of land ports of these permits reaching 880 permits.
The conference witnessed many video clips that showed a number of military air operations by the coalition forces against sites taken by the Houthi Iranian terrorist organization to carry out military operations against the Yemeni army and the popular resistance and the support provided by the joint coalition forces, inside Yemen and on the Yemeni-Saudi border. The military barracks that were lost by the militia and became under the control of the legitimate government amounted to 444 sites and camps with weapons and military equipment.
Al-Maliki reiterated the rejection of the statements made by the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen, Jamie McGoldric, who is sympathetic to Al-Houthi militia and assessed the humanitarian situation there as dictated by this terrorist militia. He also praised the Arab Parliament for its press statement representing all Arab peoples and condemning the targeting by this rogue militia which is out of all the norms and international laws, of the kingdom's cities and the holy shrines with ballistic missiles, which to date are 86 rockets, the most recent of which was a missile that failed to launch on December 29, 2017.
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01:01 LOCAL TIME 22:01 GMT