At least three civilians were killed and seven others injured in an airstrike launched by Saudi-led coalition aircraft on Hodeidah province in western Yemen, a security official said on Monday.
The official explained that the coalition warplanes targeted the eastern areas of Hays district with airstrikes, killing three civilians and wounding seven others in a flagrant breach of the Stockholm ceasefire agreement.
Meanwhile, coalition forces committed 155 other violations of the agreement in the same province on the prior 24 hours, the operations room to monitor the violations reported.
Among the violations were the creation of new combat fortifications in Hays and al-Jabaliya areas, 51 violations with missile and artillery bombing, and 34 violations using firearms, according to the operations room.
The violations also included raids by coalition warplanes and intensive sorties over separate areas, as well as eight espionage aircraft operations.