The United Nations asks the parties to the Yemeni conflict for "constructive cooperation" after postponing the first flight from Sanaa

24 April, 2022
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The United Nations asks the parties to the Yemeni conflict for "constructive cooperation" after postponing the first flight from Sanaa

The United Nations has expressed its concern over the postponement of the first commercial flight in six years from Sanaa International Airport, calling on the parties to the Yemeni conflict to cooperate constructively with it.


Grundberg stressed that the goal of the two-month truce agreed upon throughout Yemen between the "Ansar Allah" group (Houthis) and the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia lies in "serving civilians by reducing violence, providing fuel and enhancing their freedom of movement to, from and within their country." The United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, said in a statement issued by his office today, Sunday: “I would like to express my concern about the postponement of the first commercial flight from Sana’a airport that was scheduled today, and urge the parties to work constructively with me and my office to find a solution that allows the resumption of flights. air as planned.


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