The Saudi coalition warplanes intensified airstrikes and targeted four provinces with 88 strikes in the last 24 hours, a military official in Sana’a said.
The official said that the coalition aircrafts launched six raids on the city of Haradh and al-Mazreeq area of Hajjah province, and 44 raids on Radman and Nate and Qania districts of Al-Baidha province.
The Saudi-led coalition warplanes waged 36 raids on Majzar district in Marib province and two raids on Khab Washaaf district in Jawf province.
The pro-coalition forces, on the other hand, continued violating Hodeidah ceasefire agreement, committing 80 violations, the official added.
The official explained that the coalition forces committed 80 violations, including the flight of two spy planes in the airspace of al-Jah area and Hodeidah city.
He said the violations also included 15 violations of artillery shelling as 62 shells and 58 violations of various live bullets.
The Saudi-backed forces’ military bulldozer established combat fortifications west of Maghari village in Hays district in Hodeidah province, the official said.
“The coalition forces’ artillery shelled al-Dhebyani neighborhood in the July 7th residential area and targeted Hodeidah airport in Hodeidah city,” The official added.
He stated that Takhya area in the district of Majz in Saada province was targeted by Saudi missile strikes.