An official source in the Coalition Forces Command (the Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen) announced that in coordination with the legitimate government of the Republic of Yemen, Al-Ghayza airport in Al-Mahra province in Yemen was opened to receive planes carrying relief and humanitarian aid.
The source said yesterday the arrival of the first Saudi Royal Air Force aircraft loaded with 5,000 baskets of food provided by the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works.
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He stressed that the coalition forces have harnessed all the potential to contribute to the delivery of humanitarian aid and relief materials to the beneficiaries within Yemen.
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