SAADA, April 10 (YPA) – Saada University has revealed the extent of the damage and losses it suffered as a result of the US-Saudi-Emirati aggression war during eight years of war.
A report issued Sunday by the university explained that the initial estimated cost of the losses amounted to 3,752,575,000 riyals.
The report stated that the Saudi-led coalition warplanes targeted 13 university buildings, destroying six buildings completely and seven partially, in addition to destroying the university’s annexes.
The coalition countries airstrikes also hit the university mosque, and caused the educational process to stop for two academic years and the university to resume studies under trees.
The report confirmed the university’s adherence to its legal right to sue the aggression coalition countries for the reconstruction of what was destroyed, lauding the steadfastness of the university’s cadres and their keenness to continue the educational process.