Yemenis stranded in Port Sudan speak out against Saudi-led coalition's abandonment

Yemenis stranded in Port Sudan speak out against Saudi-led coalition's abandonment

For almost a month, hundreds of Yemenis have been stuck in the city of Port Sudan. Surrounded by frustration, disappointment, and a sense of abandonment, their desperate pleas for evacuation have been ignored.

Media sources said that there are approximately 1,200 Yemenis, including 400 families and 800 students, stuck in Port Sudan. They were unable to return after being abandoned by the Saudi-led coalition and its mercenaries.

The sources added that the stranded Yemeni citizens organized protests where they called for help. As the battles intensified between the Sudanese factions, no one paid any attention to them.

“The shameful position of the coalition and their mercenaries is a disgrace to the mercenary leaders who spend millions on their travels, transportation and residence in the hotels of the coalition’s countries and other capitals,” they said.