13 organizations from Arab countries demanding opening of Sana’a airport

SANAA, Sept. 21 (Saba) – 53 Coalitions and a human rights organization from thirteen Arab countries considered the continued closure of Sana’a International Airport.

53 coalitions and human rights organizations from 13 Arab countries considered the continued to closure of Sana’a Int’l Airport, it poses a danger to the lives of citizens who need treatment abroad.

Numbers of coalition and the organizations offer with the president of the Yemeni Organization for the Defense of Democratic Rights and Freedoms Ali al-Dailami a letter to the office of the UN envoy in Yemen ask the international community to quickly opened Sana’a airport as a humanitarian necessity and duty towards the Yemeni people.

The letter pointed out that many are stranded in abroad including students in abroad Who are having difficulties return home) and those who ventured to travel through other airports in Yemen face great difficulties and may be kidnapped, tortured..etc.( As has been the case in many cases monitored by local organizations in Yemen).

Also they pointed out that the Businessmen who stopped their travel and economic mobility due to the continued closure of Sana’a airport and who venture to travel through Aden airport or sayun are kidnapped or tortured.

While the United Nations in its letter called on to take firm decisions and actions and the Saudi-led coalition is obliged to open Sanaa airport without delay to stop victims which increase every day.

Amal

 

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