Saudi-led coalition continues to launch airstrikes on various areas across despite of the new coronavirus outbreak.
It launched, early Friday, a series of raids on various areas in Hajjah and Al-Jawf governorates.
Almasirah correspondent in Hajjah reported that the coalition warplanes launched three raids on Haradh, while two raids were carried out on Al-Tina area in Midi district.
In Al-Jawf, reporter stated that the coalition jet fighters launched four raids on Al-Khusf village in Al-Hzm district.
In Sa’adah, the Saudi enemy targeted with missile and artillery shelling populated villages in the border district of Razih.
The Saudi warplanes had launched ten raids earlier in the Qaniya area in Al-Baidha governorate and launched two raids on Wadi Jarah in Jizan, while it launched a raid on Al-Shabaka in Najran.
The Saufi-led coalition claimed on April 9 that it was halting military strikes in support of the United Nations’s peace efforts and to avoid the further spread of the new coronavirus in Yemen. However, shortly after the announcement, the coalition’s warplanes struck positions at several Yemeni regions.
The head of the Yemen’s National Delegation Mohammed Abdulsalam has dismissed the ceasefire claim as “false and misleading”, saying the coalition of aggression had even escalated their offensives against Yemen.