Arab coalition spokesman says alliance has not blocked any aid to Yemen

Colonel pilot Turki bin Saleh al-Maliki, the official spokesman of the coalition forces in Yemen.

:: The spokesman for Arab coalition forces fighting in Yemen, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, said that the alliance is not linked to the lack of fuel at Sanaa airport for UN Development Program (UNDP) planes, as the city is under the control of the Houthi militias and the forces loyal to ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

According to the Saudi Press Agency, Colonel al-Maliki said that “what was published by some media regarding a statement from the Director of the UNDP in Yemen, that the coalition hampers the supply of fuel for the United Nations aircraft working to transport humanitarian aid to Sanaaa controlled by the Houthis carries a lot of false information.”

He added: “The forces of the Arab alliance issue daily permits for the entry of fuel ships and basic and necessary materials, as well as humanitarian and medical assistance to all Yemeni ports without exception, including the port of Hodeidah controlled by armed Houthi militias.”

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