Makes an offer to Sana’a… Saudi expels many of brigades’ commanders in Marib
head of the military Intelligence in Sana'a government, Major General Abdullah Yahya al-Hakim, renewed in a press statement Sanaa's right to impose its control over Marib, expressing his rejection to the international pressure to stop the liberation of Marib.
The coalition began on Monday, his war against the factions loyal to it in Marib, east of Yemen, amid reports talking about secret offer made by Saudi Arabia to Sana’a in exchange of handing over Marib province.
This comes with assertion of intelligence head in Sana’a that the liberation of Marib is so close.
Tribal sources said that the guards of coalition base in Mas expelled the commander of the 125th Brigade, Major General Mohsen Al-Haramli, indicating that Al-Haramali was on his way to meet the leaders of coalition inside the camp to find out what was going on, but the camp guard attacked him, insulted him and forced him to leave the camp after informing him with the New coalition’s directives.
As they revealed on coalition directives preventing the entry to long list of military commanders to Hadi’s camps in Marib that recently exposed to rocketry shelling.
In the context, Yahya Abu Hatim, advisor of Hadi’s defense minister, revealed on upcoming military changes without specifying its level or the targeted identity.
These developments come on the reality of Saudi changes in the coalition leadership and its factions in Yemen since the overthrow of the Saudi coalition joint forces commander, Fahd bin Turki, Amid expectations to overthrow Ali Mohsen as part of Saudi Arabia’s efforts to satisfy Sana’a in order to accept an agreement that saves its face in Yemen.
On the same level, well-informed sources revealed that Saudi Arabia made an offer to Sana’a that includes handing over Marib province, explaining that Saudi Arabia had requested to keep its followers remain in border parts of Al-Jawf province as a guarantee to the safety of its “lands” in exchange for handover Marib.
The position of Sana’a is not known yet, nor has the latter confirmed or denied this offer, but the timing of its disclosure comes at a time when Saudi Arabia is pushing battles towards the border areas in the neighboring Al-Jawf governorate, despite the approach of Sana’a forces from liberating the city.
For his part, head of the military Intelligence in Sana’a government, Major General Abdullah Yahya al-Hakim, renewed in a press statement Sanaa’s right to impose its control over Marib, expressing his rejection to the international pressure to stop the liberation of Marib.
al-Hakim’s statements coincided with the escalation of Sanaa’s forces on the Saudi border with the confrontation’s resumption there, according to what Saudi media reported, indicating that Sana’a continues to liberate all Yemeni lands.