Alwaght- Yemeni Ansarullah movement forces have managed to destroy several armored vehicles belonging to the United Arab Emirates' mercenaries in the course of past week.
Ansarullah official media wing published a video footage showing its fighters target and destroy at least three armored vehicles belonging to the so-called Southern Resistance group inside the Ta’iz Governorate town of Al-Hamli.
The footage showed Ansarullah forces firing several ATGMs towards the UAE mercenaries' vehicles.
Saudi Arabia, backed by a coalition of its allies including the UAE, started the war on Yemen in March 2015, hoping that with blunt force, it would be able to restore power in a matter of weeks to a former Riyadh-friendly Yemeni regime.
The Saudi regime has, however, been unable to accomplish the objectives of its military aggression some three years into the war, which has claimed around 13,600 lives.
Despite the coalition’s superior aggregate military power, Riyadh has been bogged down in the war against mostly tribal fighters with limited fighting equipment.
Saudi Arabia, already economically challenged, has decided to pay out an extra 5,000 Saudi riyals (1,333 US dollars) monthly to the troops fighting on the front lines in the war on Yemen, where reports have drawn a dark picture of the Saudi-led military personnel’s morale.