In a report, the agency pinpointed the hideouts of the terrorists, hotels they hold their meetings as well as their arms depots and supply warehouses, Yemen’s al-Masirah television reported.
The report also marked out training and rehabilitation camps belonging to al-Qaeda terrorists, and the terrorists’ links with Saudi-backed militants loyal to former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.
The report, it said, seeks to inform the public about the extent of conspiracies which the Yemeni nation faces, and the amount of support that terrorists receive from Saudi Arabia and its allies.
Last month, Yemeni officials said members of the al-Qaeda and Daesh terrorist groups were using Ma’rib as a launchpad for attacks on other regions in the country, and receiving training from Saudi military officers.
"Those who are now crying foul over the ongoing battle in Ma’rib were silent when Sana’a was under threat from Islah Party, al-Qaeda and Daesh,” he said.
Chairman of the Comprehensive National Reconciliation and Political Solution Team Yousef Abdullah al-Fishi said Yemeni and foreign militants from Islah Party as well as al-Qaeda and Daesh had gathered in Ma’rib, displacing local people after seizing their homes.
Over the past few weeks, Ma’rib has been the scene of large-scale operations by Yemeni troops and allied Popular Committees fighters.
On Saturday, Hadi sources said 32 of their fighters had been killed in fighting around Ma’rib governorate over a single day.