Donald Trump Calls On Saudi Arabia To Allow Humanitarian Aid Into Yemen
Wednesday, 6 December 2017 U.S. President Donald Trump called for Saudi Arabia to allow humanitarian access into Yemen — indicating Washington lost patience with a Saudi-led blockade, which has been condemned by human rights groups, Reuters reported on Wednesday. The Saudi-led coalition fighting against the armed Houthi insurgency in Yemen’s civil war imposed the blockade on ports a month ago after Saudi Arabia intercepted a missile coming from Yemen, towards the Saudi capital of Riyadh, the report said. Although the blockade eased, Yemen’s humanitarian crisis is still alarming, the report said. Nearly 8 million are on the brink of famine and disease with outbreaks of cholera and diphtheria. “I have directed officials...
President Donald Trump said his administration would be calling on Saudi Arabia to end its blockade of Yemeni ports in order to allow critically needed supplies to reach the besieged population of the country. The area has been ravaged by civil war and famine. A Saudi-led coalition has been fighting...
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