الخميس 27 أبريل 2017 11:07 مساءًصحف نت - ALMASDARONLINE
Local residents in Hodeida city, west of Yemen, said they found leaflets believed to have been dropped by Saudi-led Arab Coalition aircrafts into the city’s residential neighborhoods and streets at dawn on Wednesday.
The leaflets urge the city residents to join the government forces and popular resistance in the war against the Houthi militants and forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, who control the city and its seaport.
The leaflets tell the residents that the Houthis' control of the city prevents the flow of the relief aids to them.
This move may reveal the intention of the government forces and the Arab Coalition to move towards and control the city of Hodeida, two and a half years after the Houthis have seized control of it.
On Tuesday, UN and Russian officials warned of an attack by the Coalition and government forces on the port of Hodeida.
The UN opposes the military move, saying that the war will stop the functions of the port, which is the lifeblood of aids to the country, where millions of people are desperately in need of food supplies.
"بإمكانكم إيضاً مطالعة خبر (Leaflets in Hodeida urge residents to join government and resistance forces – residents) من موقع (المصدر أونلاين)"