Recently, more than 80 Yemeni soldiers died and more were injured during a missile and drone attack and currently, the blame is on the Huthi rebels according to the reliable source.
“Dozens from the (Huthi) militia were killed and injured,” the source added.
The Huthis attacked a mosque in a military camp in the central province of Marib, east of the capital Sanaa — during evening prayers, military sources told AFP. A medical source at a Marib city hospital, where the casualties were transported, said that 83 soldiers were killed and 148 injured in the strike.
“We are sure, and I hope this is true and I hope it will remain so, witnessing one of the quietest periods of this conflict,” United Nations envoy Martin Griffiths said in a briefing to the UN Security Council on Thursday.
“Experience, however, tells us that military de-escalation cannot be sustained without political progress between the parties, and this has become the next challenge.”