Paris will host an international humanitarian conference on Yemen on Wednesday to address the humanitarian situation in the country and find solutions for it.
A seminar in which relief organizations and researchers in the humanitarian situation in Yemeni cities that are suffering from military conflict was held on Tuesday on the humanitarian situation in Hodeidah and Taiz.
Participants at the seminar called for trying those involved in violating civilians’ rights and they commended the coalition forces and the French support represented in sending humanitarian aid workers and 11 doctors.
Paris also intends to send a team specialized in removing mines to Hodeidah.
The upcoming conference on Wednesday comes following the major developments particularly in the port of Yemen. Among the participants are representatives of states and international agencies that operate in Yemen.
The conference will evaluate all humanitarian and medical needs and look into taking urgent humanitarian measures in line with EU commitments.
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