Saudi-led coalition violates armistice in Yemen
A military source in Sanaa has reported that the Saudi-led coalition shelled locations of the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees in a number of provinces after the truce went into effect.
Yemen's SABA news agency reported on Sunday that the Saudi-led coalition has violated the truce in Yemen.
The source confirmed that the Saudi coalition targeted locations of the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees in Al-Jawf Governorate with three Katyusha rockets. An aggression reconnaissance plane also launched a strike on an armed forces location in Taiz Governorate.
It added that the Saudi-led coalition forces also shelled army locations at border areas in Najran, while aggression reconnaissance aircraft patrolled the skies in Saada Governorate.
The truce between the Saudi-led coalition and the Sanaa government went into effect at 7 pm local time on Saturday and was meant to suspend all land, air, and maritime offensive military operations, according to the UN's Yemen Envoy Hans Grundberg.