SANA'A, July 05 (Saba)- The supervision committee in charge of implementing the National Defense Council's decisions concerning
ending Saada rebellion extended the truce, which ended today, three extra days to gave the Saada's rebels a chance to terminate the
rebellion state and to put the ceasefire agreement into action.
In a release issued by the committee on Thursday, the rebels have not implemented the conditions that they have to do such as leaving
their strongholds in the mountains, surrendering their weapons and the persons whom have been abducted.
The release revealed that the rebels have committed several breaches included breaking the ceasefire agreement about 200 times resulting in a number of dead persons and many others injured, kidnapping civilians, devastating houses and looting equipments and vehicles owned by the government and nationals.
The committee laid the responsibility of the consequences of in observance for the ceasefire agreement and its timeframe on Abdul-Malik al-Houthi and his followers, demanding them to respond to the president's call to stop the bloodshed.