- During the implementation period of the humanitarian truce agreement brokered by the United Nations, especially in April 2022, the War Coalition countries led by the US and Saudi Arabia violated the terms of this agreement by detaining a group of oil-derivatives ships and preventing their entry to the port of Hodeidah. This has resulted in heavy losses to the merchants who own these items, and consequently this was reflected greatly on the livelihood of the Yemeni people. Among these ships that the Saudi-led War Coalition prevented their entry into the port of Hodeidah are three fuel ships, namely Sands, Coronet and Sea Adore on April 4th, 2022. On April 15th, 2022, the War Coalition also did not permit entry of other two fuel ships – Sea Heart and Daytona. Again, on April 19th, 2022, War Coalition did not allow entry of one fuel ship, MT Harvest, into the port of Hodeidah. These are examples of violations of the terms of the truce agreement committed by the War Coalition led by US and Saudi Arabia. In fact, there are dozens of ships loaded with oil derivatives, other than those mentioned above, which were impounded by the War Coalition and prevented from docking at Hodeidah port during the month of April 2022.
- The countries of War Coalition against Yemen, led by the US and Saudi Arabia, continued deliberately to target civilian homes, vital civilian places, agricultural areas and populated zones in the border areas of Saudi Arabia, especially in Sa’adah Governorate (Baqim, Munabbih, Shada, Razih, and other districts).
- The War Coalition countries, led by the US, KSA, UAE and their mercenaries, abducted and arrested fishermen who practiced the fishing profession in the maritime territory of the Republic of Yemen, took them to prisons and tortured them with various awful methods of torture.