A civil war has been going on in the Middle Eastern country of Yemen for the past seven years.
The war is between Iran-backed Houthi rebels and the internationally recognized government of the country.
Al Jazeera reported this information in a report.
A four-month cease-fire agreement between the two sides was brokered by the United Nations four months ago to protect civilians from the horrors of war.
The contract will expire on October 2.
As the end of the ceasefire agreement is approaching, the common people of Yemen are currently living in fear of the unknown.
- Fear, panic and confusion are working in them.
- Saleh Ahmed, a 50-year-old resident of the capital Sana’a, said that as soon as the cease-fire period ends, a new war will begin.
He said, the fight will begin.
- The road will be closed.
- Fuel prices will increase.
- The price of daily necessities will increase.
- There will be mountains of civilian deaths.
- These problems have made life bitter and unbearable.
The UN-brokered ceasefire is the longest since the country’s civil war began