Saudi-led coalition violates UN-declared truce in Yemen 103 times

Saudi-led coalition violates UN-declared truce in Yemen 103 times

The Saudi-led coalition forces and their mercenaries committed 103 violations of the UN-brokered humanitarian and military truce, during the past 24 hours, the official Yemeni news agency Saba reported on Tuesday, citing a military official.

According to the official,  the violations of the aggression included 4 raids on Murais area in Dhalea province.

The violations included 40 flights of armed and spying reconnaissance aircrafts in the airspace of Ma’rib, Taiz, Hajjah, Jawf, Saada, Dhalea, and Bayda provinces, and the border fonts and 57 flights of Apache warplanes in the airspace of Najran region.

He said that 17 violations were recorded with missile and artillery bombardment, as the mercenaries targeted with two Katyusha missiles the sites of the army and popular committees in Mala’a area in Ma’rib province.

The mercenaries of the aggression also hit intensely the sites of the army and popular committees in al-Balaq al-Sharqi and Mala’a areas in Ma’rib province, in Haradh and Bani Hassan areas in Hajjah province and in al-Madafen, al-Malahidh, Munabeh and Razih areas in Saada province.

He stated that the mercenaries targeted intensely the sites of the army and popular committees in Jabal Tuwaileq and Wadi Jarah areas in Jizan region and al-Sakhrah area in Asir region.

The official stated that 44 violations were recorded by shooting at citizens’ houses and the army and popular committees’ sites in Ma’rib, Taiz, Hajjah, Saada, Dhalea and the border fronts.