Army denies targeting headquarters of coalition’s representatives in Joint Commission

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SANAA, March 20 (Saba) – Spokesman for the Armed Forces, Brigadier General Yahya Sarie, on Tuesday denied the authenticity of the reports published by the US- saudi aggression coalition’s media outlets about the army targeting the headquarters for representatives of aggression coalition in the Joint Commission for Ceasefire in Hodeidah.

The allegation of the coalition, their mercenaries and their media is incorrect and comes within the framework of covering their continuous violations and their great reinforcements as well as comes within the framework of a clear and explicit settlement in an attempt to evade their obligations concern implementation of the Sweden agreement, he affirmed.

“The coalition’s position is no longer hidden even on the members of the UN team itself, who were targeted in their residence more than ten times in the
Itihad Palace, Sarie added.

The spokesman of the armed forces affirmed that the coalition’ troops continue their intensive violations in Hodeidah on a daily basis indifferent to the Security Council resolutions and international efforts to achieve peace in Yemen, where their violations have exceeded, since the declaration of the cease-fire in Hodeidah on 18 December 2018 until yesterday, more than 13031 monitored violation.

“We have repeatedly stressed our seriousness and commitment to the implementation of the Sweden agreement and the UN Security Council resolution as a moral aspect and our forces have begun implementing the first phase of the redeployment in Hodeidah, but the coalition aggression and their mercenaries have not respected their obligations and tried to disavow them and impede the implementation of the agreement,” he affirmed.

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