Marib - Saba
The Chief of the General Staff, Lieutenant-General Saghir bin Aziz, held an extensive meeting today with a number of commanders of the military regions and combat fronts, to discuss the conduct of operations on the various front lines.
At the meeting, the Chief of Staff heard from the commanders a detailed account on the conduct of military operations in the theater of combat operations, field developments, and the defeats and human and material losses suffered by the Iranian Houthi militia at the hands of the heroes of the armed forces on various fronts.
The Chief of Staff praised the immortal heroisms of the heroes of the army and the resistance forces who thwarted the Iranian subversive and terrorist plans.
The Chief of Staff said, "The priestly Houthi militia does not care for the spilled Yemeni blood or the price paid by the Yemeni people as a result of the militia's aggressive war "on our capabilities and the future of our generations, turning the lives of Yemenis into a hell of poverty, hunger, displacement, illiteracy and blind ignorance."
Lieutenant-General bin Aziz pointed out that the Houthi militia is the first terrorist group in the world to have land, sea and air terrorist capabilities, and Yemenis and the free world have no choice but to confront this gang.
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