Saudi-led coalition commits 89 violations of ceasefire in Hudaydah
The Saudi-led coalition continues to violate the ceasefire in several Yemeni areas.
The Saudi-led coalition forces committed 89 violations of the ceasefire in Al-Hudaydah governorate over the past 24 hours, the operations room monitoring the violations reported on Saturday.
A Yemeni military official indicated that the violations committed by the coalition included three raids on the Maqbana area, 15 overflights of spy planes in the airspace of Al-Jabaliya, Maqbana, and Hays, and the establishment of new combat fortifications in the Hays district.
According to the official, the aggression forces also committed 17 violations by firing 57 artillery shells and 49 violations with various gunshots.
On April 10, the Yemeni military media highlighted that the Saudi coalition committed 1,647 violations of the humanitarian and military armistice agreement within a week of its entry into force.
According to the military media, the violations included offensive operations, airstrikes, overflights by warplanes, spy planes, and Apache helicopters, as well as missile and artillery targets.
Violations of the coalition forces resulted in the martyrdom of a number of citizens and Army and Popular Committees members, in addition to the wounding of others.
It is noteworthy that the Saudi coalition claimed that it will suspend its operations in Yemen during the month of Ramadan, but observers recorded repeated violations by the coalition in different Yemeni governorates.
The decision to suspend coalition operations came after the peace initiative presented by the President of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, in which he announced “the suspension of missile strikes, drones, and all military actions in the direction of Saudi Arabia."