SANA’A -The Yemeni military spokesman, Brigadier General Yahya Sare’e has said on Saturday that the numbers of airstrikes launched by the Saudi-led aggression coalition on several Yemeni provinces in the past 12 hours reached more than 39.
Yemen Press Agency obtained from its sources a detailed list of the number of airstrikes carried out by Saudi-led aggression warplanes.
According to the sources, the Saudi-led aggression fighter jets launched 15 air strikes on Najran Front and eight air strikes on Hardh district in Hajjah province, northern Yemen.
In Ma’rib, the aggression waged three air strikes on the Sirwah district. In Saada, Saudi-led coalition warplanes conducted seven air strikes targeting al-Safra and Sehar district, while in Amran province, the aggression launched four airstrikes on Dheen mountain and two airstrikes in the Boqa desert.
These coalition airstrikes have bene carried out despite the initiative of Yemeni President Mehdi Al-Mashat to stop military operations against Saudi Arabia in exchange for a Saudi end to airstrikes on Yemeni soil. Many see the airstrikes as evidence of a Saudi unwillingness to consider peace or end the attacks against Yemen.