The Houthis accuse the Arab coalition of "violating the UN armistice by refusing to give permission for the first commercial flight through Sana'a."

24 April, 2022
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The Houthis accuse the Arab coalition of "violating the UN armistice by refusing to give permission for the first commercial flight through Sana'a."

The Houthi group "Ansar Allah" considered that "the refusal of the Arab coalition countries to grant a permit for the first commercial flight through Sana'a International Airport after 6 years, which was scheduled for today, Sunday, is a violation of the UN armistice."



Jabal added: "The countries of aggression repudiate their obligations by refusing to give Yemeni airlines permission to land the commercial flight that was scheduled to arrive today," considering this "a violation of the armistice announced by the UN envoy to Yemen." In statements to the Yemeni news agency "Saba", he explained Undersecretary of the Houthi Civil Aviation and Meteorology Authority, Raed Talib Jabal, said: "The countries of the aggression coalition refused to grant Yemeni Airlines permission to land the flight that was scheduled to arrive at Sana'a International Airport today, Sunday, April 24."


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