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Houthi fighters destroyed a number of vehicles of the Saudi-led coalition and its proxies in the central Yemeni province of Dali’ with anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs) over the last few days.
The Yemeni group media wing released video on May 30 showing seven ATGM strikes on several vehicles, including at least two battle tanks, of Saudi-backed forces.
At least one of the strikes was carried out with what appears to be an Iranian-made Dehlavie ATGM, which is a licensed copy of the well-known Russian Kornet system. According to the Saudi-led coalition, Tehran supplied the Houthis with large quantities of this type of ATGMs.
The Houthis’ extensive use of ATGMs in Dali’ caused heavy losses in the ranks of Saudi-backed forces and allowed the Yemeni ressitance group to capture vast areas of the province in the last few months.
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