The Aggression Forces Commit 119 Violations of the Armistice during the Past 24 Hours
The forces of the aggression and its mercenaries committed 119 violations of the humanitarian and military truce during the past 24 hours.
A military source told the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that the aggression’s violations were represented by five raids launched by armed reconnaissance aircraft on Al-Barah district, Al-Qasr district round in Taiz governorate, and Maris district in Al-Dhalea governorate.
The source indicated that the violations included the flight of Apache aircraft over the Souh area and al_Fara’a area on the fronts beyond the border, and 47 flights by armed and spying reconnaissance aircraft over the governorates of Marib, Hajjah, Al-Jawf, Saada, Taiz, Al-Bayda, Al-Dhalea, and the fronts beyond the border.
The source confirmed that the mercenaries of the aggression created combat fortifications in the vicinity of the city of Marib, Al-Malahiz and Tabat Kazem in Razih in Saada governorate, Al-Tina in Hiran district of Hajjah governorate, Jarah Valley and south of Azran in Jizan.
The source pointed out that 14 violations were recorded by missile and artillery bombardment as the mercenaries of the aggression targeted with two Katyusha missiles the sites of the army and the popular committees in Al-Tina in Hajjah Governorate.
The mercenaries of the aggression also targeted, with artillery, the sites of the army and committees in Al-Rawdah in Marib Governorate, Bab Al-Ghaq in Al-Dhalea governorate, Al-Mazraq in Hajjah Governorate, and Jarah Valley in Jizan.
The source indicated that the mercenaries of the aggression targeted, with intense artillery shelling and tank shells, the sites of the army and committees in Al-Masana’a and Al-Mirbash in Razih District and Al-Shabakah in Al-Madafin area and Kazem Mount in Al-Malahiz in Saada governorate.
The source pointed out that 46 breaches were recorded by shooting at citizens’ homes, army positions and popular committees in the governorates of Marib, Saada, Hajjah, Taiz, Al-Dhalea, and the fronts beyond the border.