Within 28 Days, Sana’a Documents 2,747 Violations of UN-Proposed Truce
About 2,747 violations of the UN-brokered humanitarian and military truce in Yemen have been carried out by the Saudi-led coalition for the past 28 days.
A military source in Sana’a government affirmed that the coalition forces’ violations amounted to 124 violations during the past 24 hours, of which 31 violations by armed and spying reconnaissance flights in the airspace of the provinces of Marib, Jawf, Saada, Taiz, and Hajjah.
The coalition artillery also fired a number of shells targeting the sites of the Sana’a forces in Al-Malahiz and al-Madafan areas of Saada, and Haradh district of Hajjahas well as al-Mazariq area of Jawf.
The source added that 76 breaches were recorded by shooting at citizens’ homes in the provinces of Marib, Saada, Taiz, Hajjah and Dhalea.