"We are now destroying Houthi fortifications near the airport", spokesman Turki al-Malki said in an interview with Al Arabiya television from Brussels, accusing the Houthis of placing tanks inside residential areas.
"We've done some initiatives.to educate people about safe water use as temperatures are rising", he told Reuters.
He said these operations contributed to the imposition of control on these fronts, referring to the heavy losses suffered by the Iran-backed Houthi terrorist coup militia, which made them unable to withstand, or deal with this very critical situation.
Capturing Hodeidah would give the coalition of mostly Gulf states a victory in the battle for the city. "Too many states are acting like there's nothing they can do".
The U.N. World Food Programme said on Tuesday it was hastening to unload three ships at the port that contain enough food for six million people for one month. The U.A.E. says the operation aims to force the Iranian-aligned Houthis into talks, but the United Nations has warned two-thirds of the population could die if Hodeidah is besieged, and is pushing for a political resolution to spare the city. Hodeida is the main entry point for food to Yemen, already on the brink of starvation. "We have humanitarian and development plans for when we liberate the city".
Houthi spokesmen, for their part, have yet to comment on the army's claims.
Houthi authorities set up loudspeakers on Hodeidah's main streets playing martial chants and excerpts of al-Houthi's speeches, another resident said.
The United Arab Emirates is a country better known for oil riches and skyscraper skylines, but right now it is prosecuting what could be a crucial offensive in the 3-year-old conflict in Yemen.
Hodeidah handled 70 percent of the nation's food imports before the war, and periodic Saudi blockades of the port since 2015 have heightened fears of starvation in a country where some 22 million people are in need of humanitarian aid. They say they came to power in a popular revolt against corruption and are protecting the country from foreign invasion.
After almost a month of sporadic clashes between Houthi forces and the coalition, coupled with Hadi's militia, in the volatile province of Hudaydah, the latter two launched a major offensive on June 13 to take the Houthi-held Hudaydah, a densely-populated city and the war-torn country's most vital port, which is the entry point for 70 percent of the impoverished country's imports. The war has killed more than 10,000 people in all. Iran has been accused by the USA and the United Nations of supplying ballistic missile technology to the Houthis, something Tehran denies.
The youngster will be christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury at The Chapel Royal, St James' Palace, London on Monday 9th July. "We'll no doubt have the official christening photos, as we did with Prince George and Princess Charlotte ", he continued.
The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo , appearing alongside Haley, said: "Too many commitments have gone unfulfilled". Eliot Engel, the ranking Democratic member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, said in a statement Tuesday.
They will certainly need that advantage, having met Argentina four times at the World Cup without registering even a point. Zira said that the team learnt from its mistakes during the previous match, adding that they played with more zeal to win.
The South American side are set to field a side containing seven players aged 31 or over in their Group A clash in Rostov-on-Don. And unusually, Barcelona striker Luis Suarez missed three golden chances to score.
Since becoming the Duchess of Sussex , Meghan Markle has often appeared in outfits that push the boundaries of royal protocol. Thousands of racegoers cheered and applauded from the stands as the Queen's carriage led the procession down the course.
Last week, Washington announced tariffs on 1,102 separate categories of Chinese products, to come into effect on July 6. China accused the United States on Tuesday of "extreme pressure and blackmailing" and vowed to retaliate after U.S.
When a trade war happens, it just doesn't affect the two economies involved but all the economies open to world trade. The higher tariffs had previously been registered with the World Trade Organization (WTO ).
After three more pars following the meltdown, he bogeyed 17, then parred 18. "Look, I don't mean disrespect to anybody", he said. He was serenaded with "Happy Birthday" at almost every green, and even after four consecutive bogeys the fans were supportive.
There are a number of organizations that support migrant parents who have been separated from their children. Faith leaders of all persuasions, including the leader of Sessions' own church , have denounced the policy.
According to former player-turned-analyst Brendan Haywood, the Hornets locker room had just about had it with Howard's antics. The Nets will save $17 million in 19-20, which will allow them to potentially create two max salary slots.
Jacinda Ardern welcomes baby girl
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Kim Jong-un talks denuclearisation on visit to Beijing
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Oil falls on rising output, escalating China-US trade spat
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Starbucks closing 150 underperforming stores in 2019
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