The coalition spokesman Colonel Turki Al-Maliki, as presented on Wednesday the latest reports on the war against Yemenite Houthi rebels. Firstly, Al-Maliki refers to high-tech and advanced weaponry in the hand of Houthi militias. For the coalition forces this technological and advanced weapons could only be offered to militias by Iran. Several ports have been closed in order to stop the arms trafficking in the region. However, and it is the second point reported by Al-Maliki, several ports have been reopened for facilitating the international aid. These include the ports of Hodeidah, Aden, Mukala and Al-Mokha, where, at least four aid ships have already gain the access. In addition, Al-Maliki underlined the Houthis’ commitment to war. Indeed, even if a peaceful political solution is the best way to step forward the end of the conflict, the reality is far from this solution.