At least one citizen was killed and another one was wounded when Saudi-led coalition drones launched attacks on citizens’ farms in Hodeidah province, western Yemen, a security official said on Tuesday.
The official explained that the drones targeted a farm in al-Jah area of Bayt al-Faqih district, which resulted in the death of one citizen and the injuring of another.
On Monday alone, the Saudi-led coalition forces committed 148 violations of the UN-sponsored ceasefire agreement in the province.
The coalition aircrafts launched two strikes on al-Faza area, and nearly 30 spy planes flew over the areas of al-Jah, al-Jabaliya, 50th Street and al-Faza, Kilo 16 and al-Durayhimi, according to an official in the operation room that monitor the aggression’s violations.
He added that the aggression forces carried out 92 artillery attacks and fired 137 live bullet rounds on various areas of the province.
Additionally, the coalition forces created several combat fortifications in al-Jabaliya and Al-Jah.