Yemen’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Condemns Saudi Coalition Obstruction of Importing Humanitarian Aid


The Yemeni foreign ministry on Sunday condemned the coalition acts of delaying and obstructing the entrance ships and aircraft to unload their cargo of aid and medicines in ports and airports, most recently preventing the Russian plane carrying aid from reaching Sana’a airport for the second time in a row.

A source in the ministry said in a statement quoted by the an official agency that the visits made during the last period to a number of ambassadors of friendly countries and representatives of regional and international organizations, in addition to parliamentarians, have been externally successful, which has concerned the Saudi-led coalition and its mercenaries.

The source added that the coalition of aggression impedes the arrival of some delegations of friendly countries and humanitarian organizations to see the aspects of the humanitarian situation as well preventing the access of journalists, parliamentarians and activists to Yemen, contrary to international humanitarian law and international human rights law.

The source called on friendly countries to resume their diplomatic activities in the capital Sana’a, albeit gradually to serve the common interests so that they can know the reality of the situation on the ground.

The source also renewed its invitation of friendly countries, parliamentarians and representatives of organizations and media to visit Yemen and learn about the reality of the ongoing aggression and siege unprecedented in modern history by the Saudi-led aggression.

In the same context, the source welcomed the National Salvation Government in achieving peace and contributing the worst humanitarian crisis since world war II.

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