BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 A.M.) – The Houthi forces unleashed a new missile strike against the Saudi Coalition troops in the Hodeidah Governorate on Monday, the Yemeni group announced via social media.
According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their rocket battalion fired their new Badr P-1 ballistic missile towards a gathering of Saudi Coalition troops in the Midi Desert.
The Houthi forces alleged that their ballistic missile managed to hit the Saudi Coalition gathering, inflicting heavy casualties in the ranks of the aforementioned group on Monday afternoon.
This attack by the Houthi forces comes just 24 hours after the Saudi Coalition said that a ceasefire had been agreed upon in the Hodeidah Governorate of western Yemen.
Despite these claims by the Saudi Coalition, the Houthi forces have denied that any ceasefire has been established, adding that the pro-government troops continue to attack Hodeidah.