Brig. Sare’e: The Saudi-led coalition committes 47 violations during past few hours
The spokesman of the Armed Forces, Brigadier Yahya Sare’e, said on Sunday that the paid fighters of the Saudi-led coalition, backed by the US, continued violations of the ceasefire in Hodeidah, taking advantage of the commitment of the Yemeni army forces to exercise restraint and not to respond to their successive violations.
The Spokesman pointed out that 27 artillery shells were fired at residential areas, Army positions and sites, including 15 bomb shells fired at the outskirts of Al-Shaab city, two bomb shells towards the north of Al-Fathin Street and 10 shells in the direction of Al-Waha Resort and surrounding areas.
Brigadier Sari reported that the Yemeni army forces monitored the bulldozers of the paid fighters, which are building fortifications and developments east and south Al-Shaab and towards Al-Aaqd and Al-Gharsi. Also, reinforcements and night movements of the paid fighters were observed from Sharq Madhr to al-Gharasi, and the cowsheds and from the west of the contract to Al-Matahn, and from the desert towards Al-Matahn, Al-Hodeidah City and east of Al-Shaab City and towards Al-Jareebah School in Kilo 16.
In the statement, it pointed out that the coalition’s Air Force launched 29 air raids, including five raids on Al-Mtun, a raid on Al-qaail in Al-Jawf province, seven raids on Najran, six raids on Saada, nine raids on Sarawah in Marib governorate, and a raid on Al_Dheeq valley.