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Yemen, OCHA discuss humanitarian relief, efforts
[13/02/2018 05:22]

RIYADH-SABA
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdulmalik al-Mikhlafi discussed on Tuesday with Director of the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) George Khouri coordination between Yemen and the office on tackling humanitarian panic.

Al-Mikhlafi reviewed government's efforts for facing humanitarian crisis resulted by Houthi war on the Yemeni people and its keenness on working with all international organizations for coordinating efforts as government's duty towards all Yemeni people from Sa'ada to Mahra without exception.

He expressed government's appreciation for efforts exerted by the UN and its different organizations for helping Yemeni people, showing readiness of coordinating efforts, whether on local or government level, for facilitating obstacles faced by international organizations in Yemen.

He confirmed that all are keen on arrival of enough humanitarian assistance to Yemeni secured ports, especially the Port of Aden as a facility close to heavy populated areas.

He stressed on setting up transparent mechanisms for distributing aid and putting an end to trading with humanitarian relief, selling them in black market and arresting relief workers by Houthi militia.

For his part, Khouri expressed thanks to the government of Yemen for providing necessary facilitations to UN organizations.

He confirmed that the future cooperation will be based on full coordination with the government and its institutions.


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