The Arab coalition supporting legitimacy in Yemen asserted on Tuesday that the Houthi militias continued to violate the ceasefire in Hodeidah, specifically by breaching the Sweden agreement 20 times in the past 24 hours.
On Monday, Coalition Spokesperson Col. Turki al-Maliki said that the number of violations until Sunday reached 138.
On Monday, al-Maliki said that the Houthis targeted the Yemeni National Army and the Popular Resistance forces through a variety of weapons.
The spokesman asserted that they would continue granting the permits through the ports to transport people, food, oil derivatives, medicines and others. He said that the number of ships in the waiting areas on the Yemeni ports have reached 22 ships so far.
The spokesman stressed that the Yemeni National Army continue counter-offensive operations in a number of areas in Hajjah and others against the Houthi militias.
In Hodeidah, the national army and the resistance are positioned in their locations at the outskirts, as part of applying the stipulations laid out under the Sweden agreement.
As part of his weekly media briefing, the spokesman presented photos showing Iranian-made equipment seized from the Houthis by the coalition forces, including night-vision spyglasses.