الجمعة 22 سبتمبر 2017 01:49 صباحاً
صحف نت - Alsahwa Net
The Saudi-led Arab Coalition has accused Houthi-Saleh militias of obstructing unloading of commercial ships carrying food commodities and oil in Hodeida Port.
A source of the Arab Coalition told France Press that it received reports that 15 ships were impeded of unloading food commodities in Hodeida Port, accusing the Houthi-Saleh militias of violating all norms and principles.
Vice President Ali Muhsin Saleh has said that the suffering of Yemen people increases because the Houthi-Saleh militias continue looting assistances and selling them in black markets, affirming the at the legitimate government does best to alleviate their suffering.
In a meeting with the UK ambassador to Yemen, Mr. Simon Shercliff in Riyadh on Monday, he reiterated that the militias continue exploiting state resources and monopolizing aids.
The vice president asserted that the government seeks to end the people's suffering and improving living conditions of all Yemeni people across different areas of Yemen.
The UK ambassador reaffirmed that his country support Yemen's peace and stability, pointing out that it will continue providing aids to Yemenis.
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