Saudi-led coalition violates ceasefire in Yemen 98 times

Saudi-led coalition violates ceasefire in Yemen 98 times

The US-backed Saudi-Emirati coalition forces and their mercenaries committed 98 violations of the two-month UN-declared humanitarian and military truce in Yemen during the past 24 hours, a military source reported on Thursday.

The source said that the violations represented in the flight of Apache warplanes over the airspace of the border fronts, and 40 sorties of armed reconnaissance aircraft in the airspace of the provinces of Ma’rib, Jawf, Hajjah, Saada, Lahj, Dhalea, Bayda, and Amran, and fronts beyond the borders.

He added that the coalition mercenaries created three combat fortifications in Al-Rossi hill in Taiz province and west of Al-Kadf area in Hiran district of Hajjah, and in Sultan site in Jizan region.

The source pointed out that five artillery bombardments of the coalition mercenaries were monitored on the sites of the army and the popular committees in Al-Akd area in Ma’rib, Al-Haqol area in Jawf, Al-Dhabab area in Taiz, Al-Batoul in Al-Malahidh area in Saada, and in Maleh area in Bayda.

The source stated that 43 violations with heavy gunfire on citizens’ homes and positions of the army and popular committees were recorded in the provinces of Ma’rib, Taiz, Jawf, Saada, Hajjah, Lahj, Bayda, and Dhalea, and fronts beyond the borders.