Saudi led multinational force airstrikes on Yemen’s husai military camp

Cairo, November 27, Sana’a news: according to media reports on the 27th, Saudi Arabia led multinational forces raided several husai military barracks in the mountains near Sana’a, the capital of Yemen. < p > < p > MASILLA TV station controlled by Yemen’s Husser armed forces reported on the 27th that the multinational forces carried out 14 air strikes, but did not report specific casualties. In September 2014, Husser forces captured Sana’a and then occupied Southern Yemen. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and other countries launched a military operation codenamed “decisive storm” against Husser’s armed forces. In December 2018, under the mediation of the United Nations, the Yemeni government and the Husser armed forces reached an agreement on important issues such as the cease-fire in hodeida and the exchange of prisoners of war. But soon after, the two sides accused each other of breaking the cease-fire agreement.