Houthis in Yemen urged WHO to build a health bridge

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Houthis in Yemen urged WHO to build a health bridge

According to the news of Al-Mesira television, which is affiliated with the Houthis, Mutahhar ed-Derviş, Chairman of the Houthi High Medical Committee, announced that there are 30 thousand patients to be evacuated.

Stating that many patients could not afford the travel and treatment expenses, Derviş called on the World Health Organization (WHO) to revive the health bridge by taking advantage of the positive atmosphere of the ceasefire in the country.

To the International Airport in the capital Sana Saudi Arabia The flight ban imposed by the coalition forces led by the coalition was lifted several times before, and two patient groups were transferred to Jordan with the health bridge established with the coordination of WHO.

Two-month ceasefire in Yemen

UN Yemen Special Representative Hans Grundberg announced on April 1 that the Yemeni government and the Houthis have agreed to suspend air, land and sea operations for two months.

Stating that the ceasefire in Yemen will begin on April 2 at 19.00 local time, Grundberg said that the parties, liquid fuel He also stated that he agreed on the entry of ships into the ports of Hudeyde and making commercial flights from Sana Airport to predetermined points in the region.

in Yemen Iranian The Houthi-backed Houthis have been in control of the capital Sana’a and some regions since September 2014. Coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia have been supporting the Yemeni government against the Houthis since March 2015.

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