SANAA, Nov. 21 (Saba) – Army spokesman Brig. Gen. Sharaf Luqman said on Monday that the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition fighter jets and their mercenaries have committed 114 ceasefire breaches, which have been monitored and documented in several Yemeni provinces.
The Saudi-led alliance, in addition to launching a series of air strikes across Yemen in clear violation to the ceasefire, the coalition also dropped internationally prohibited cluster weapons during the two-day truce.
The breaches, Luqman said, also made through Saudi artillery and missile intensively shelling on the border districts and villages. The Saudi, in the same time, mobilized their mercenaries to the front lines.
Luqman counted out load the violations of the ceasefire committed by the Saudi aggression as 30 breaches in Taiz, 24 breaches in Marib, 16 breaches in al-Jawf, 10 breaches in al-Baidha, 8 breaches in al-Dhalee, 7 breaches in Shabwah, 8 breaches in Hajja, 9 breaches in Saada, one breach in Sanaa and other one breach in Ibb province.
In addition, Luqman said, the aggression attempts to advance through their paid mercenaries to the Red Sea coastal city of Medi were covered by heavy flying and air strikes of their fighter jets.
Luqman affirmed that "the army and popular forces will reserve all rights to respond to any breaches and violations by the enemies against our citizens, vital facilities and infrastructure services."
If the alliance of aggression continues breaching the truce, Luqman said it will threaten the peace negotiations and Muscat`s principles agreement.