25 airstrikes on three provinces within 24 hours

The Saudi-led coalition warplanes launched 25 raids on three provinces in Yemen within the past 24 hours a military official sours in Sana’a said.

The Saudi warplanes launched three raids on citizens’ farms in al-Jar area in Abs district in Hajjah province and four raids on al-Tina area in Medi district in the same province, the official said.

He pointed out that the coalition warplanes launched three raids on Natea district in Al-Baidha province, and 15 raids on Salb areas in Majzar district and Najd al-Ataq in Serwah district in Marib province.

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Meanwhile, The Saudi-backed forces continued to escalate violations of the ceasefire agreement in al-Hodeidah city port.

According to the Houthis-run Saba news agency, the Saudi-sponsored forces committed 110 violations, including the flight of seven warplanes in the airspace of Hays, al-Mandhar, Kilo 16 areas, and on the city of Hodeidah.

A spy plane on the airspace of kilo 16 area was also hovered over by the coalition forces, the official said.

He added that 16 breaches with artillery shelling, including 51 shells and 86 violations of various bullets were recorded.

The official stated that the coalition forces targeted al-Dhebyani neighborhood and Engineering College and 50th St. with artillery and machine guns.

The Saudi-backed forces hit the besieged city of al durayhimi in Hodeidah province with Katyusha and artillery shells, the official said.

He stated that a Saudi missile and artillery attack had targeted populated villages in the border department of Razeh in Saada province.