SANAA, The Armed Forces announced Wednesday the liberating and securing Al-Hasha district in the province of Dalea in full in a massive offensive military operation lasted 48 hours, where a total area estimated at 360 square kilometers was controlled.

This came in a statement issued by the Spokesman for the Armed Forces Brig. Gen. Yahya Sarie, on the qualitative victories in the front of Hasha, where he affirmed that this happened during a large-scale offensive military operation carried out by specialized units of the army and the Popular forces against the enemy positions in Al-Hasha from three tracks.

The first track started from the site of Mashawas, where the supply lines of the enemy were cut off from the Zaqama area.

32 sites were secured, most notably the center of Douran, the government complex and the Tahoon market.

The second track began from the district of Mawiya in Taiz towards Rabat Amara, where 43 sites to the center of the district were secured to link with the first track.

The third track started from Habil Yahya towards Naqil Dakah, Jabal al-Hasha and neighboring sites.

More than 49 sites were secured to reach the center of the district to unifying the three tracks.

In this military operation, the district of Al-Hasha became a fully secured with a total area of 360 square kilometers including more than 124 military sites and dozens of villages.

During the operation, the army killed dozens of mercenaries and seized various military equipment.

The General Command of the Armed Forces applauded the positions of the honorable people of the region and affirms that it will continue to carry out its tasks in securing various areas throughout the territory of the Republic.

Source: Yemen News Agency

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