Brig. Gen. Ahmed Asiri says, in his fourth daily briefing, that Houthi militia managed to work in the previous period to transfer Yemen to a huge inventory of ammunition and weapons

الأحد 1436/6/9 هـ الموافق 2015/03/29 م واس
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Riyadh, Jumada II 9, 1436, March 29, 2015, SPA -- Brig. Gen. Ahmed bin Hasan Asiri, consultant at the minister of defense's office, said today that the "determination storm" operation is continuing for the fourth day in a row, drawing attention to the fact that the Houthi militia managed to work in the previous period while they were in complete power in the country to transfer Yemen to a huge inventory of ammunition and weapons covering all the Yemeni provinces, citing that the Houthi militia, which was controlling all airports and sea ports, has raised, upon an agreement with a regional country, the rate of domestic flights to 14 per week, most of them used to transport ammunition and weapons to different parts of the country, making it a big job for the alliance forces now to pinpoint the locations of those stores before targeting them.
In his fourth daily briefing on the campaign, which he held at Riyadh airbase, Asiri said that work is underway to destroy the remaining ballistic missiles, particularly the mobile ones. He said a great intelligence effort is being exerted to determine the locations of those hidden machines by the Houthi militias inside homes and residential areas.
He added that the alliance forces continue to target the air defense devices, including Sam missiles and anti-craft artillery as well as the ammunition stores.
He said the alliance forces are also checking the movement of the Houthi militias and controlling all the territories.
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