Sanaa govt: 47 new violations by Saudi coalition forces
Further violations by Saudi aggression forces despite ongoing armistice in Yemen.
A Yemeni military source in the Sanaa government revealed that the Saudi aggression forces committed 47 breaches on the Al-Hudaydah fronts, including the creation of combat fortifications in the Hays and Al Jabalia areas, south of the coastal governorate in western Yemen.
The military source said that "the aggression's violations of the armistice and the Al-Hudaydah agreement included the flight of 10 surveillance drones in the airspace of Hays and Al Jabaliya south of Al-Hudaydah and Maqbna west of Taiz."
The Saudi coalition surveillance drone launched two raids on the districts of Hays, south of Al-Hodeidah, and Maqbana, west of Taiz.
This comes at a time when the Sana'a government has expressed its readiness for something more solid than the truce if the Saudi side shows willingness and commitment in the negotiations as well as the implementation of the truce.
Previously, Al Mayadeen counted 9,312 violations of the humanitarian and military truce committed by the Saudi-appointed Yemeni Presidential Council forces and the Saudi coalition during the first two months of the truce.
About 3,947 violations were committed by the forces affiliated with the Saudi coalition during the second month of the truce that ended on June 2nd, and 5,395 violations during the first month of the truce itself, which included dozens of air raids with reconnaissance aircraft of the Saudi coalition on army and committee sites as well as civilian homes in a number of Yemeni governorates and border fronts.