Saudi Arabia announced the end of the ceasefire in Yemen on Monday, saying, it won't be renewed, after more than 500 violations from the rebels, the Al Arabiya local news reported.
Major-General Ahmed Al Asiri, the spokesperson for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, told the news channel that, there is no chance to extend the ceasefire, as the conditions were not fulfilled.
He said that, the militias committed more than 500 violations of the truce, with 80 percent inside Yemen, and the rest, or 113, reported in the Saudi border cities.
The coalition declared Saturday, a 48-hour ceasefire, to allow humanitarian aid to besieged areas in Yemen.
The two-day ceasefire, that began from 12:00 at noon local time (0900 GMT), would have been automatically renewed, if Shiite Houthi fighters and supporters of former President, Ali Abdullah Saleh, adhered to it.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK.