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FM discusses with UN Coordinator worsening humanitarian situation in Yemen
[03/April/2017]


SANA'A, March 03 (Saba) - Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf discussed on Monday with the United Nations Resident Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen Jamie McGoldrick the worsening humanitarian situation in Yemen and what is being reported regarding targeting the port of Hodeida by the aggression.

The meeting touched upon the issue of salaries and the lack of commitment of the fugitive Hadi and his group to the United Nations and to the Group of 18 sponsors of the process of political settlement, pointing out the need of intervention of the United Nations and international actors to end the suffering of Yemeni employees who are subjected to the policy of starvation by the aggression and mercenaries.

The Foreign Minister highlighted the importance of the safety of the port of Hodeida, which passes through it more than 70% of the humanitarian needs for Yemeni people.

He pointed out that Pledges aid to Yemen conference which to be held on April 25 in the Switzerland city of Geneva, should focus on humanitarian efforts and assistance to Yemenis and not politicized.

The Foreign Minister stressed the keenness of the Government of National Salvation to achieve peace and make all efforts to end the suffering of the Yemeni people, that fueled by the continued aggression for more than two years.

Mr. McGoldrick stressed the utmost importance of the safety of the port of Hodeida as it regarded a key lifeline for the entry and delivery of humanitarian assistance to the Yemeni people, noting that there is no way to find other alternatives for aid because it will be unsafe and useless.

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