BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:40 P.M.) – The Gulf-backed troops are now overlooking the strategic Hodeidah Port after a fierce battle with the Houthi forces in the provincial capital. 

Led by the Yemeni Republican Guard and Southern Resistance Army, the Gulf-backed troops managed to capture several points inside Hodeidah city, today, paving the way for them to enter a number of neighborhoods at the southern end of the provincial capital.

These advances have now placed the pro-government forces within striking distance of the strategic Hodeidah Port:

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Almasdar shame on you for calling Saudi scums as Yemen government. What government?! Some traitors with Army of bunch paid sudanis?

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AMN is a part of the FAKE news secretly working for the Gulf states, they spread many BS on Syria and Iraq, sometimes ago they said Iraq banned russian air supply to Syria, Damascus now and Syrian&Iraqi medias denied it just after their lies. Syrian officials and syrian media officials have already accused the AMN of spreading lies and FAKE news !

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Maybe they have tested juicy Saudi money recently

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this is mocha port picture or Aden port. propaganda war is on by Saudi zionist

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Hope they enjoy the view. That’s about as close as they’re gonna get.

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As others have commented, this is not Hodeidah Port. Also, did the fighting stop to allow a nice peaceful video to be taken. Read accounts of locals on the intensity of the battle.