RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, The Saudi-led coalition, on Wednesday, called upon the UN, to handle the supervision tasks of Al Hadida port, in transferring of humanitarian aid to the Yemenis.

The coalition spokesperson, Turki Al Maliki, highlighted in a press conference in Riyadh that, the port has been the rout of the militias, to target navigation in the region, Al Arabiya local news, reported.

He said that, the Houthis have radars, to monitor the coalition forces, and alleged the existence of foreign experts to assist the Houthi rebels.

He said, the coalition has provided 1,800 permissions for humanitarian aid, to enter Yemen, through Al Hadida port.

Saudi Arabia has been leading a number of Arab and Islamic countries, in the war against the Houthis in Yemen, since 2015, with no signs of slowing down or an end to the conflicts that left thousands of civilians dead.


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