The Saudi-led coalition’s warplanes escalated on Sunday their air strikes on Yemen, targeting five provinces with 26 raids over the past hours, security sources in Sana’a said.
The sources confirmed that coalition’s warplanes waged five strikes on Bait Saadan area of Bani al-Harith district in Sanaa province and attacked Natiaa district of al-Baidha province with one raid.
The sources pointed out that coalition’s aircrafts targeted fuel tanks of oils factory in Bajil district of Hodeidah province in a clear breach of Sweden’s agreement.
The warplanes also launched 15 air strikes over the past 15 hours, targeting Sufian area in Amran province with nine raids, attacking Khub Washaaf district and Mazariq area of Jawf province four times and two strikes hit Bayda province.
On Saturday, the coalition waged 17 air strikes on several areas in four Yemeni provinces.
According to the official, the coalition warplanes launched nine airstrikes on Harf Sufyan district of Amran province, four airstrikes on Khub Washaef and al-Mazareeq areas in Jawf and two others on al-Baidha.