Report: Saudi-led aggression launches 5 airstrikes on Sana’a province, violates ceasefire agreement in Hodeidah


Al-Thawra Net

The US-backed Saudه- led coalition aggression waged five airstrikes on Sana’a province and launched missile and artillery attacks in Saada governorate, while the aggression forces continued to violate ceasefire agreement the Hodeidah during the past 24 hours, a military source said on Monday.

According to a military source, the aggression forces fired 18 mortar shells and used machine guns to attack 50th Street in Hodeidah city, while a military bulldozer for aggression developed new fortifications in the same area.

Moreover, the source stated that the Saudi-led mercenaries targeted Hodeidah airport with artillery shells, and combed al-Shaab city and Sanaa Street with machine guns.

Furthermore, the coalition forces fired six mortar shells at Jabalyah area in Tuhayat District and artillery shells at Hays and al-Jah area of Beit al-Faqih districts.

The source pointed that the aggression forces used medium machine guns to attack the village of al-Zafaran in the area of Kilo 16 in Durayhimi District as well as firing more than 10 mortar shells the village of al-Shajan on the outskirts of the same district.

In Saada, the source explained that Saudi missile and artillery shelling hit populated villages in the border district of Razhi, leaving damages to citizens’ properties.

In Sana’a, the aggression warplanes launched two airstrikes on al-A’arosh area in Khawlan district and three other airstrikes on Nihem district.