Yemeni army soldiers and fighters from allied Popular Committees have killed at least six Saudi soldiers during separate attacks in the kingdom’s southwestern border regions as part of their retaliatory raids against the Riyadh regime’s deadly campaign against their crisis-hit country.
The Qatari al-Jazeera television news network reported that Yemeni forces and their allies fatally shot the troopers during different exchanges of fire over the past two days.
Meanwhile, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, the Chairman of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee of Yemen, has sharply criticized Sudanese authorities for the participation of militiamen from the Northeast African country in the Saudi-led military aggression against Yemen.
“The people of Sudan know very well that the last thing that (Chairman of the Sovereignty Council Lt. Gen. Abdel Fattah Abdelrahman) Burhan, (his deputy General Mohamed Hamdan Doklo) Humaidti or (deposed president Omar) al-Bashir thinks is to defend the sanctities,” Houthi wrote in a post published on his Twitter page.
He also questioned why Sudan is hiding “the fate of participants in the (Saudi-led) aggression (on Yemen)” and refraining from disclosing the exact number of Saudi-paid Sudanese fighters, who have been killed, captured or gone missing while fighting in Yemen.