Yemen: More than 120 violations by Saudi-led coalition in past 24 hours
A military source has revealed that the Saudi-led coalition warplanes targeted the Haradh border district in Hajjah with 22 airstrikes.
During the past few hours, the Saudi-led coalition fighters targeted the Haradh border district in Hajjah, western Yemen, with 22 airstrikes and the districts of Al-Juba and Al-Wadi in Marib, northeast of Yemen, with three airstrikes.
A Yemeni military source reported 120 violations by the multiple forces of the Saudi coalition in Al-Hudaydah, western Yemen, during the past 24 hours, and the source mentioned that among the violations was a raid by a spy plane on Hays, noting that spy planes overflights were recorded in Al-Jarrahi and Hays."
He pointed out that 33 breaches were carried out by missile and artillery shelling and 67 breaches by various bullets.
In a different context, the military media shared footage of the plane that was shot down by Yemeni air defenses on Monday in the airspace of the Haradh District, Hajjah Governorate.
The Armed Forces Spokesperson, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, announced yesterday that the air defenses managed to shoot down this US-made Scan Eagle spy plane in the airspace of Haradh District.
Saree said in a statement that the plane was shot down with the right weapon, while it was carrying out hostilities on Monday morning in the airspace of Haradh District, Hajjah Governorate.
On Monday, a member of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Muhammad Ali Al-Houthi, blamed Saudi Arabia and the UAE for the war, saying that the arms deals are the reason for the continuation of the war and the deliberate targeting of Yemen.
The war crimes led by the coalition in Yemen killed and wounded hundreds of thousands and caused the displacement of many, leading to a rapid spread of pandemics and diseases.