[su_label type=”info”]SAMA News – Al-Hodeida[/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″][su_label type=”info”]Amman – SMA – PIC[/su_label][/su_spacer] After a UN alert, several ships left Al-Hodeida port, controlled by Al-Houthi militias. A navigation source in Al-Hodeida indicated that UN Inspection and Investigation Mechanism in Yemen and a navy ship of the Arab Ally drove eight ships out of the port on Tuesday. The ships left the port submersible with full cargo according to orders of UN mechanism and Arab Ally. Another three ships are still on wharf, one of them belong to UN World Food Program with 30 thousand tons of wheat and is still unloading while the other two ships are commercial ships one of them carries foods and the other carries medical supplies. A fourth ship belonging to UN World Food Program carrying 48 thousand tons of wheat is unloading in Al-Selif port. Spokesman of the UN Office for Human Aids indicated that the Arab Ally requested the UN Inspection and Investigation Mechanism in Yemen to direct all commercial ships in Al-Hodeida to leave, according to the UN broadcast website. General Commandership of the Arab Ally, imposed a temporary embargo on all air, sea and road ports, starting last Sunday, in response to Al-Houthi Missile attack on Riyad International airport last Saturday.
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