The Saudi-led coalition warplanes on Saturday waged 28 raids on Majzar district of Marib province, a security official said. The airstrikes hit Salab and al-Khaniq areas in Majzar district, the official explained.
Earlier in the day, the coalition aircraft launched more than 25 raids on Nehim and Majzar districts.
On Thursday, Sana’a forces spokesman, Brigadier Yahya Sare’e, said that the Saudi-led coalition jet fighters had launched more than 250 airstrikes and 10 infiltration operations in several fronts during the past week.
Sare’e point out that the pro-Saudi coalition forces continue their escalation on various fronts particularly on the fronts of Marib, Al-Jawf, West Coast and Sa’adah.
Brigadier-General Sare’e wrote on Twitter that “during the past week, the aerial attacks reached 250 airstrikes on Marib, Al-Jawf, Sana’a, Sa’adah, Hajjah and the border frontlines.”
Sare’e said that the total number of the hostile operations that were launched since April 9 amounted to more than 145 offensive operations, infiltrations and more than 2,041 air raids.
A week ago, Saudi-led coalition jet fighters had launched more than 250 airstrikes and 15 offensive and infiltration operations in several fronts.
In the same context, The pro-Houthis Liaison and Coordination Officers Operations Room in Hodeidah province has monitored 170 violations committed by Saudi-led coalition forces in the province over the past 24 hours.
A security official said to Saba on Friday among the violations of the coalition forces were the hovering of two spy planes in the skies al-Faza areas in the province.
The official pointed out that the violations of the Saudi-backed forces included 30 violations of artillery shelling with 105 shells and 70 violations of various bullets.