Transport Ministry in Sana’a: The UN has not abided by its agreement regarding the damage to Hudaydah Port from the bombing of the coalition
The UN has not fulfilled its commitment to provide the necessary equipment at Hudaydah Port after it was bombed by the Saudi-Emirati coalition, according to Abdulwahab Al-Durra, the Minister of Transport in the Sana’a government. He also emphasized that the coalition continues to obstruct the entry of ships into the port.
Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
In a statement to the Al-Masirah channel, Al-Durra emphasized that the inspection team’s ongoing presence in Djibouti is unjustified and causes delays in ship arrivals at Hudaydah Port, raising costs.
According to the transport minister, “every time we make progress in expanding air flights to and from Sana’a Airport, this is obstructed by the other party.” This statement was made in reference to the coalition blockade at Sana’a Airport.
In spite of the significant difficulties in obtaining the necessary reservations for flights to and from Sana’a Airport, he emphasized that there is a significant demand for ticket purchases. This is due to limited flights and the coalition’s blockade of the airport.