The Saudi coalition violated the agreement to resume flights from Sanaa airport

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Publish Date: 11:05 - 24 April 2022
Sunday, 24 April 2022 (YJC)_ The Yemeni National Salvation Government announced that the Saudi coalition refused to issue a permit for the first commercial flight through Sanaa Airport to Jordan.

The Saudi coalition violated the agreement to resume flights from Sanaa airportThe Yemeni National Rescue Government announced last Thursday, quoting the United Nations, that it had agreed to resume flights from Sanaa Airport, announcing that the first flight from the airport to the Upper Queen Jordan Airport on Sunday (April 24th) at 8am , will be done.

Thus, the first commercial flight from Sanaa International Airport was scheduled to start this morning, six years after the siege, at Sanaa time, and Yemen's Ansarullah announced on Thursday that the necessary steps had been taken to book tickets for the flight.

But the Saudi coalition, following repeated violations of the two-month ceasefire, rejected the UN agreement, and the Ansar al-Islam movement today accused the Saudi coalition of refusing to issue a permit for the first commercial flight through Sanaa airport.

The official Yemeni news agency (Saba) quoted Raed Talib Jabal, deputy head of the Civil Aviation Authority in the Yemeni National Salvation Government, as saying that aggressor coalition countries had refused to allow Yemeni airlines to land the plane scheduled for today (Sunday, April 24th). ) Sit at Sanaa International Airport and refuse to fly after boarding passengers to Jordan.

He announced:
The aggressor states violated their obligations by refusing to allow Yemeni airlines to land the commercial plane that was to arrive today, in violation of the ceasefire announced by the UN envoy to Yemen.

Jebel emphasized:
The deliberate aggression coalition seeks to double the suffering of the Yemeni people, while at the same time seeking to mislead the international public opinion on the humanitarian issue.

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