Saudi aggression, hirelings step up breaches of ceasefire


SANA’A, May 20 (Saba) – The Saudi-led coalition and its mercenaries intensified violations of the UN-announced ceasefire during the past 24 hours, a military official said on Friday.

The aggression war jets intensified overflights in the sky of the capital Sana’a and waged six raids on al-Majaweha area in Nehm district, while the hirelings targeted Bani Bareq area in Hehm and attacked scattered areas of the district with missiles and artillery shells, the official explained.

In Taiz province, the official pointed out that a citizen was killed and five others were injured in an airstrike by the Saudi warplanes on al-Hardain area in Moza’ district of Taiz province.

Meanwhile, the army and popular committees repelled an attempt by the mercenaries to advance toward al-Aqidah area in al-Waze’yah district.

The hostile spying planes flew intensively in the sky of the province, while the warplanes launched two raids on Mocha district, the official added.

In Sa’ada, a woman was killed in an airstrike on Weld Masood area in Sahar district, and the hostile warplanes waged a raid on Dhahyan town and flew in the sky of the province.

The official pointed out that a woman was wounded by the bombing of the mercenaries on the populated neighborhoods in Qa’ataba district of Dhalea province.

The Saudi-led coalition war jets carried out sorties in the skies of Amran, Mahweet, Hajjah and Jawf provinces, while the mercenaries targeted the sites of the army in Serwah district of Mareb province with artillery shells.

In Jawf, the official said that the warplanes waged a raid on al-Aqaba area in Khab and Sha’af district, two raids on al-Masloub district and two others on al-Ghail district.

He said that the security services and popular committees captured quantities of various arms and ammunition in al-Maton district while heading to the capital Sana’a.

Moreover, the aggression’s hirelings attacked the army and committees locations in Usailan district of Hajjah province with missiles and artillery.


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