On June 22, the Houthis attacked several positions of the Saudi-led coalition and its Yemeni proxies in the districts of al-Durayhimi and al-Tuhayat along the western coast of Yemen, according to the Yemeni al-Masirah TV. During these attacks, Houthi fighters destroyed more than eleven armored vehicles of the coalition and killed several Saudi-backed Yemeni fighters.
Meanwhile, the Sky News Arabia TV reported that warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition conducted a series of airstrikes on several positions of the Houthis along the western Yemeni coast. According to the UAE-based TV channel, more than 43 fighters of the Houthis were killed in these airstrikes.
A day earlier, the Houthis cut off another supply line of the Saudi-led coalition along the western Yemeni coast after capturing the areas of Mdjelis and Makhliki. According to Yemeni sources, both areas are still under the control of the Houthis as for now.
Despite of its recent defeats along the Yemeni coast, the Saudi-led coalition appears to be determined to capture the strategic city of al-Hudaydah. The upcoming days will likely witness a new attack of the coalition on the city and its airport.