The Iran-backed Houthis took advantage of the truce sponsored by the United Nations between the Yemeni parties more than two months ago to mobilize, fighters, set up summer training camps and build barricades and trenches in preparation for new rounds of fighting. Informed sources told Khabar Agency.
The truce for the militias was a re-arrangement of conditions, as they were exhausted from the escalation of their losses on the fronts of Marib, Shabwa and the western coast.
The Houthis have sent reinforcements, including military elements and armored vehicles, to the front lines, and trained their elements, which they attracted from the centers and summer courses in their camps, taking advantage of the cessation of air strikes by the Arab Coalition. The sources said.