The Yemeni community in the British capital of London has demanded on Saturday the lifting of the blockade on Sana’a International Airport and all Yemeni airports that has been imposed by the US-backed Saudi aggression countries.
In the rally, the protesters denounced the crimes committed by the coalition and its mercenaries, including the killing of the young Yemeni American Abdul-Malik al-Sanabani.
PROTEST: British Yemenis in #London demand an end to the immoral blockade on Sanaa International Airport. 🇾🇪
— Robert Carter (@Bob_cart124) October 2, 2021
During the rally, which was attended by many politicians, journalists and activists, the attending protesters confirmed that the blockade imposed on Yemen and the ban on Sana’a International Airport is inconsistent with international laws and regulations.
The participants called for the reopening of the airport, in a way that would alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people.
They called on the United Nations and the free people of the world to pressure towards opening Sana’a airport and all Yemeni airports to allow access to humanitarian flights and to ensure the safety of travelers and patients.