Coalition: Relief bodies evacuate staff following Houthi militia criminality
The Arab Coalition in Yemen announced that relief organizations have decided to evacuate their employees from Yemen.
In a statement, it accused the Houthi militias of putting obstacles on aid work.
It said that the militias were in violation of the international law by not protecting the aid workers.
The statement emphasized that the decision made by the relief organizations was a result of the criminality of the militias.
On Friday, the coalition said that 42 permits were issued for ships and relief aircraft.
The Arab Coalition renewed its call for the United Nations to take over the port of Hudaydah, which is under the control of the coup militia.