Latest Updates on Yemen 15 June 2018; Situation of Fronts + Map
The UAE-backed forces reaches al-Hudaydah airport ; Ansarallah advances in north of Harad ; Antonio Guterres letter to Security Council about the rocket investigations
“Above images: Clashes in Mahashima fronts in Jawf province and the Coalition casualties and captives”
1- Firing a Badr-1 missile to a military base in Asir in South of Saudi Arabia.
According to Ansarallah media the missile strike was successful but the Coalition denied this report.
2- Firing a Qahir-1 missile to western shore of Yemen.
According to Ansarallah media the missile strike targeted the UAE forces in the western shore of Yemen.
After the heavy airstrikes to al-Durayhimi by Saudi-led Coalition, the center of this region(Durayhimi) fell into hands of UAE-backed forces.
According to local sources, There is not any ground clashes between sides in south of Hudaydah airport but the airport has been targeted severely by airstrikes since this morning.
AnsarAllah still resist in village Manzar in west of airport and along the coastal road.
Interactive map: Here
Red: Coalition | Green: Ansarallah | Yellow: Coalition recent advances
4- In northern fronts of Harad(Hajjah province), the Army and Ansarallah managed to liberate the al-Nar and Shabaka mountain from Saudis.
It seems with domination of Ansarallah on these heights, other positions of the coalition in this direction will be in trouble.
Clashes in Nar mountain in north of Harad and Jizan border
5- Reuters claims that the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has sent the Security Council a letter about Yemeni rocket investigation issue.
Summary of its content:
“The investigation of the remains of rockets that Yemeni forces has fired into Saudi Arabia shows that parts of these missiles, constructed in Iran And there is no evidence that these weapons were transferred to Yemen after January 16, 2016 (the date of the arms embargo on Yemen). “(Al-Alam)