The Saudi-led coalition announces the cessation of its military operations in Yemen during Ramadan

The Saudi-led coalition announces the cessation of its military operations in Yemen during Ramadan The official spokesman for the coalition forces in Yemen announced the cessation of military operations during the month of Ramadan. Al-Maliki pointed out that this aims to "create the appropriate conditions for the success of the consultations and to create a positive environment during the blessed month of Ramadan to make peace and achieve security and stability in Yemen."  The official spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition forces in Yemen, Turki Al-Maliki, announced the cessation of military operations of the coalition during the month of Ramadan.  In a press statement on Tuesday evening, the spokesman said: "In response to the invitation submitted by His Excellency the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf, to request a halt to military operations, coinciding with the launch of Yemeni-Yemeni consultations.. The Joint Forces Command of the Coalition announces the cessation of military operations inside Yemen as of (Seek) 0600) on Wednesday morning (27 Shaaban 1443 AH), corresponding to (March 30, 2022 AD).   Al-Maliki indicated that the declaration aims to "create the appropriate conditions for the success of the consultations and to create a positive environment during the blessed month of Ramadan for the manufacture of peace and the achievement of security and stability in Yemen."  Brigadier General Al-Maliki explained that the leadership of the joint forces of the coalition will abide by the ceasefire and will take all steps and measures to make the ceasefire a success, create appropriate conditions and create a positive environment during the holy month of Ramadan to make peace and end the crisis.  Yemen has been witnessing for nearly 7 years a continuous war between the pro-government forces backed by an Arab military alliance led by the neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iranian-backed Houthis, who have controlled several governorates, including the capital, Sanaa, since September 2014.  Until the end of 2021, the war in Yemen had killed 377,000 people directly and indirectly, according to the United Nations.  The war has cost the country's economy $126 billion, in one of the worst humanitarian and economic crises in the world, with most of the population of 30 million dependent on aid.

The official spokesman for the coalition forces in Yemen announced the cessation of military operations during the month of Ramadan. Al-Maliki pointed out that this aims to "create the appropriate conditions for the success of the consultations and to create a positive environment during the blessed month of Ramadan to make peace and achieve security and stability in Yemen."

The official spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition forces in Yemen, Turki Al-Maliki, announced the cessation of military operations of the coalition during the month of Ramadan.

In a press statement on Tuesday evening, the spokesman said: "In response to the invitation submitted by His Excellency the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf, to request a halt to military operations, coinciding with the launch of Yemeni-Yemeni consultations.. The Joint Forces Command of the Coalition announces the cessation of military operations inside Yemen as of (Seek) 0600) on Wednesday morning (27 Shaaban 1443 AH), corresponding to (March 30, 2022 AD).

Al-Maliki indicated that the declaration aims to "create the appropriate conditions for the success of the consultations and to create a positive environment during the blessed month of Ramadan for the manufacture of peace and the achievement of security and stability in Yemen."

Brigadier General Al-Maliki explained that the leadership of the joint forces of the coalition will abide by the ceasefire and will take all steps and measures to make the ceasefire a success, create appropriate conditions and create a positive environment during the holy month of Ramadan to make peace and end the crisis.

Yemen has been witnessing for nearly 7 years a continuous war between the pro-government forces backed by an Arab military alliance led by the neighboring Saudi Arabia, and the Iranian-backed Houthis, who have controlled several governorates, including the capital, Sanaa, since September 2014.

Until the end of 2021, the war in Yemen had killed 377,000 people directly and indirectly, according to the United Nations.

The war has cost the country's economy $126 billion, in one of the worst humanitarian and economic crises in the world, with most of the population of 30 million dependent on aid.
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