During the two days of Monday and Tuesday, 21 soldiers of the National Army were wounded by the Iranian Houthi militia’s bullets on a number of fighting fronts.
The Iranian-backed Houthi militia committed 170 violations of the UN truce on Monday and Tuesday on the battlefronts in the governorates of Marib, Hajjah, Hodeidah, Taiz and Al Dhale’e.
They were distributed among 47 breaches on the fronts of the Taiz axis, 43 breaches in the Hays axis, south of Hodeidah, 37 breaches in the Hajjah axis, 22 breaches in the Al-Barah axis, west of Taiz, 19 breaches on the fighting fronts south and west of Marib, and two breaches in the Maris front in the Al-Dhalea axis.
Violations varied between infiltration attempts, direct firing with heavy and medium weapons, creating sites, building roads, and deploying artillery and bullets. In addition to bringing in human reinforcements and combat equipment, including tanks, as well as deploying reconnaissance drones on various fronts.
As a result of the Houthi violations, 21 soldiers of the national army were injured by snipers’ bullets, booby-trapped drones, and artillery shells, 8 of whom were wounded on Monday and 13 others on Tuesday.
Yesterday, Tuesday, the Yemeni government confirmed that it is committed to all the terms of the truce sponsored by the United Nations in the country, in the interest of achieving peace and ending the suffering of Yemenis.