Yemeni Transport Minister calls for immediate full opening of traffic to Sana’a Airport and Hodeida port

Yemeni Transport Minister calls for immediate full opening of traffic to Sana’a Airport and Hodeida port

Yemeni Minister of Transport , Abdul Wahab Al-Durra, has once again called for the opening of Sana’a Airport and Hodeidah port, completely and without restrictions or conditions, as “a human right guaranteed by international laws.”

The minister said a news statement on Wednesday that “the rate of sea transportation of fuel reached 60 percent, with the coalition’s continued piracy of fuel ships.”

“The file of opening land roads has been completely disrupted by the coalition and its militants, so that the suffering will continue with the difficulty of goods reaching the free zones,” he added.

Al-Durra revealed that countries in the coalition have pressured Egypt to disrupt flights between Sana’a and Cairo, in a clear violation of the provisions of the armistice.

He confirmed that what had been implemented in the air transport side under the UN truce has only been implemented for 70 percent, especially with the disruption of the Cairo destination.

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