Report: 745 Houthi violations of the ceasefire agreement in Hodeidah resulted in the death of 51 civilians

Report: 745 Houthi violations of the ceasefire agreement in Hodeidah resulted in the death of 51 civilians


The Houthis have committed 745 violations of the UN-sponsored ceasefire agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthis, which entered into force on Dec. 18th, in the western city of Hodeidah, according to a government report on Saturday.

The monitoring report of the government forces, quoted by the state news agency Saba, said the violations resulted in the deaths of 51 civilians and the wounding of 370 others, some of them critically injured.

It confirmed that the Houthi violations continued with various types of weapons and that the Houthis had bombed the mills used as warehouses by the United Nations in the past hours.

"The militia is continuously strengthening its defensive positions by planting mines, digging trenches and land corridors at the entrances and main sites in order to thwart the Stockholm agreement," it said.


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