Despite a de-facto failure of the advance on al-Hudaydah on June 13 and June 14, the Saudi led coalition is still continuing its military operation to capture the key port city.
By June 15, the coalition’s forces and their proxies have achieved only a minor progress south of al-Hudaydah, capturing the Aden junction and a nearby settlement.
The coalition’s artillery and warplanes have cattied out multiple strikes on the al-Hudaydah airport, but the area remains un the hands of the Houthis. On June 15 morning, the coalition’s forces made another attempt to capture this facility. Clashes are ongoing.
Meanwhile, the Houthis launched a Qaher-M2 ballistic missile at a military camp of the coalition in the province of al-Hudaydah. There is no details about the casualties inflicted by the strike.
The coalition is actively using its advantage in the air power and military equipment and carrying out a massive bombing campaign against the Houthis. According to Yemeni sources, the coalition is ready to destroy the entire port city if this is needed to force the Houthis to retreat.