The Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched 28 airstrikes on several areas in the Yemeni capital Sana’a and other provinces on Friday morning, security officials said.
According to the official, the aggression aircraft conducted three airstrikes on the military college and two airstrikes on Attan and al-Hafa area in the capital Sana’a.
The official added that the Saudi air force carried out four raids on military camp of Samaa in Arhab district, thee raids on Ayban mountain in Bani Matar district and three others on Raymat Humaid, while two airstrikes hit Jarban area in Sanhan district, in the outskirts of capital Sana’a.
In Amran province, the source confirmed the coalition warplanes carried out nine raids on Harf Sofyan district, including four raids on the Jabal al-Asawad.
In Hodeidah, the aggression launched two airstrikes on al-Jarbah area in al-Durayhimi district, in a flagrant violation of the ceasefire agreement signed in Sweden.
The airstrikes came after a Yemeni ballistic missile on Monday hit a Saudi Aramco petroleum products distribution terminal in the Red Sea port city of Jeddah, causing massive destruction to the facility.