BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:45 A.M.) – The Saudi-backed troops attempted an amphibious landing at the strategic Hodeideh Port on Wednesday, a Houthi official told Al-Mayadeen TV.

“We foiled a sea landing of Saudi and Emirati forces near the port of Hodeidah,” Dayfallah al-Shami, a member of the movement’s political bureau, told the pro-Iranian al-Mayadeen.

“The Saudi coalition has not advanced at all in Hodeidah,” Shami added.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Houthi forces announced that they scored a direct hit on a Saudi Coalition boat, which later sunk the vessel off the coast of Hodeideh.

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kudos to the tireless houthis – zio terrorists including u.n. are totally involved in these oppressive actions/ war crimes

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If the Yemeni people want to win this war very quickly, kick the UN and other NGOs out of Yemen.