Saudi Aggression Continues To bomb and violate Cease-Fire Agreement

The forces of aggression continued to violate the ceasefire agreement in Hudaydah governorate, and its brutal warplanes  launched 19 raids on four governorates during the past 24 hours.

A security source pointed out that 105 violations of the aggression forces were recorded, including the flying of a spy plane in the atmosphere of al-Jah in the Beit al-Faqih Directorate, and seven violations of missile and artillery shelling of 50 shells and 97 breaches with live bullets.

The source pointed out that the aggression forces shelled more than 20 artillery shells in the Al-Jah area of ​​the Beit al-Faqih district homes and property of citizens in the besieged city of Al-Drahami.

The source stated that a Saudi missile and artillery bombardment targeted populated villages in the border administration of Razih in Saada governorate.

The war planes launched four raids on the Kataf district and four other raids on the Zahir district.

The source reported that the Al-Adwan Airlines launched three raids on the Haradh District in Hajjah Governorate, and a raid on  Rajam Valley in Bani Hashish District in Sana’a Governorate.

In Ma’rib Governorate, the warplanes of the aggression launched five raids on the Najd al-Ataq area of ​​the Sirwah District and two raids on the Majzar District.

The source condemned the continuation of the aggression in targeting the Yemeni people, blaming the United Nations and the international community for these crimes.