The authority of the Houthi militia in the capital Sanaa acknowledged the killing of two of their senior military leading figures during the battles on the Western Coast in the port city of Hodeidah.
The Houthi-run Saba news agency has stated that Mahdi Al-Mashat, the head of the militia’s so-called Supreme Political Council (SPC) have send a couple of condolences letters to the families of two military commander.
The statement added that Al-Mashat has sent a condolence letter to the family and relatives of Brigadier Mohammed Abdulmalik Saleh Attef, commander of the 140th Military Brigade, who was killed on the Western Coast in the port city of Hodeidah.
The second letter was sent, according to the statement to the family and relatives of Brigadier Ali Salah Mohammed Al-Qiari, who was as well killed on the same front while fighting in the ranks of the Houthi militia there.
There were no further details on the date of their killing; however, the port city of Hodeidah is currently witnessing the fiercest clashes and confrontations between the Joint National Resistance Forces on one side, and the Houthi militia fighters on the other side.