Al-Maliki: Houthis deliberately hinder delivery of aid, oil to Yemen’s Sanaa
The Houthi militias are deliberately hindering the delivery of food and oil from Hodeidah to Sanaa and several other Yemeni governorates, the spokesman for the Arab Coalition supporting legitimacy in Yemen, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, said on Monday.
Maliki added that the previously announced safe passages between Hodeidah and Sanaa aim to facilitate the movement of food, citizens and international organizations’ staff.
During a press conference, Maliki added that the coalition targeted a ballistic missiles launcher in Saada, and also bombed a ballistic missile storage tunnel in Sanaa in Jabal Annahdayn, as well as targeting another strategic Houthi weapons storage unit in Sanaa.
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