A number of Saudi-Paid Mercenaries Killed in al-Jawf Province in Yemen

Sana’a, (ST) - A number of Saudi-paid mercenaries were killed and several others were wounded in an attack by the Yemeni army and popular committees on the mercenaries' positions in Al-Jawf province, northeast of the Yemeni capital Sana’a, according to the Syrian News Agency SANA.

SANA said that a Yemeni military source told the "Almasirah" website that the Yemeni army and the popular committees attacked  the positions of the mercenaries in the vicinity of al-Matoun compound in al-Jawf, destroying a military vehicle and killing and wounding a number of mercenaries.

 On Friday, several Saudi-affiliated mercenaries were killed in tight ambush by the Yemeni army and the popular committees targeting their gatherings and barracks in the provinces of Hajjah, al-Dale 'and Taiz.

Arab political parties call for an end to the Saudi-led aggression on Yemen

On the other hand in Beirut, leaders of some Arab political parties have called for putting an end to the Saudi-led aggression on Yemen

In a statement issued in Beirut on Saturday, Secretary General of the Arab National Congress Majdi Al-Masrawi, Coordinator of the National Islamic Congress Khaled al-Sufyani and Secretary-General of the General Conference of Arab Parties Qassim Saleh called for responding to Hizbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah's call on concerned parties to  respond positively to the initiative made yesterday by Ansarullah movement in Yemen which says that the movement  will stop launching retaliatory missile and drone attacks against positions inside Saudi Arabia if the Saudi-led military coalition, which has been pounding Yemen for the past several years, reciprocates the initiative by stopping its daily crimes and acts of aggression against the Yemeni people .

 The three parties also called for responding positively to Nasrallah's call for ending the unjust siege imposed on Yemen and for facilitating a Yemeni-Yemeni dialogue that leads to a comprehensive political solution that restores security and stability to Yemen and preserves its national unity.

Raghda Sawas