Publish dateTuesday 14 June 2022 - 10:45
Story Code : 254220
Widespread violation of the ceasefire by the Saudi coalition in Yemen
Saudi coalition forces have violated the Yemeni fire 153 times in the past 24 hours.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: News sources reported on Tuesday morning that Saudi coalition forces had violated the Yemeni fire 153 times in the past 24 hours.

Saudi forces violated the UN ceasefire by conducting reconnaissance lights over the provinces of Ma'rib, Hajjah, Al-Jawf, Taiz, Saada, Zaal and Bayda.
According to the report, the Saudi coalition's armed reconnaissance planes targeted residential houses and positions of Yemeni forces three times in the areas of Pir Pasha, Al-Barh and Asifareh in Taiz province.
The Saudi coalition forces also targeted the positions of the Yemeni army and popular committees in the provinces of Ma'rib, Taiz, Jizan, Hajjah, Saada and Dhale with heavy artillery, rocket and mortar attacks.
The Yemeni ceasefire, which has been repeatedly violated by the Saudi aggression coalition, was finally extended for another two months last Thursday, following UN consultations to renew it.
Earlier, Mehdi al-Mashat, chairman of the Yemeni Supreme Political Council, said that the Yemeni ceasefire had almost disappeared, with repeated violations by the Saudi coalition.
Saudi Arabia launched a large-scale offensive against Yemen, the poorest Arab country, on March 6, 1994, in a coalition of several Arab countries, including the UAE, with the help and support of the United States and the Zionist regime.
Contrary to the Saudis' expectations, their attacks hit the stronghold of the Yemeni people's resistance, and after seven years of stability and painful Yemeni strikes deep into Saudi territory, especially the Aramco facility, Riyadh was forced to accept a ceasefire in hopes of exiting the Yemeni war quagmire. / Yemen Al Masirah Network
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