Saudi Arabia along with its alliance forces announced five-day ceasefire effective from Tuesday for carrying on relief activities in Yemen.
Foreign news agency reported that Saudi Arabia had made announcement for ceasefire two days ago in order to conduct relief activities in war-torn Yemen.
However, the coalition forces’ fighter jets had conducted 130 air strikes within last 24 hours besides targeting house of former president Abdullah Saleh.
United Nations (UN) said that the coalition forces’ indiscriminate bombardment in civilian areas are violation of international laws. UN statistics showed that more than 1400 persons primarily civilians were killed during aerial attacks continued since March 26.