Yemen: Martyrs, injured due to coalition strikes in Saada
A Yemeni military source said that the aggression forces continued to violate the armistice by shelling several areas.
A Yemeni military source told Al Mayadeen that "the forces of aggression committed 108 violations of the humanitarian and military truce during the past 24 hours," noting that "two citizens were martyred and three were wounded as a result of artillery shelling by the mercenaries of the aggression on Razi district, Saada governorate."
According to the source, "the aggression's violations of the armistice included 76 flights of armed reconnaissance aircraft that patrolled the airspace of the governorates of Al-Jawf, Hajjah, Saada, Al-Bayda and beyond the borders."
The source also said that "the forces of aggression continued to violate the armistice and bombarded the army and committee sites in the south and west of Marib, Tilal Al-Ruqi and Al-Alamah in Najran and Jizan border areas, using missiles and artillery."
Earlier in the day, the Supreme Political Council pointed out that the humanitarian file is the real indicator of the armistice and post-armistice's success.
Yesterday, Friday, the Deputy Foreign Minister in the Sanaa government, Hussein Al-Ezzi, said that "the violations of the armistice by the Saudi coalition are increasing, the latest of which is a massive encroachment on the positions of our fighters in Marib."
Al-Ezzi pointed out that "no flight has been allowed to Sanaa International Airport so far, and ships are being detained and led off Jizan after being inspected and granted an international license."
It is noteworthy that the Saudi coalition suspended its operations in Yemen last week, but observers recorded violations of the coalition in some 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."