(MENAFN - Saudi Press Agency)
During the press conference, Colonel al-Maliki reviewed the efforts of the command of the Coalition Forces to support the legitimacy in Yemen in terms of securing the work of the international and international humanitarian organizations in all Yemeni territories, protecting the roads and corridors of the comprehensive humanitarian operations plan in Yemen and granting permits for campaigns and cargo loaded with relief and humanitarian aid through land, air and sea crossings , which last week included 65 flights, carried more than 4,000 passengers, 41 permits for ships anchored in all Yemeni ports, and one for the shipment of aid arriving by road.
He pointed out that the assistance coming to Yemen included oil derivatives and therapeutic, food and shelter services.
On the military operations on the border strip adjacent to the southern border of Saudi Arabia, Maliki pointed out that the coalition forces secured many sites and large areas on this border, and completely cleared them of the failed attempts by the Houthis to infiltrate the borders of the Kingdom, and has always been met with a severe deterrent and frustration, through firm and determined targeting through many military methods, which depend on monitoring the latest mechanisms, including by Apache fighters.
The spokesman of the coalition forces to support the legitimacy in Yemen presented a description of a visual presentation including a number of military targeting by coalition forces of Iranian-backed militia vehicles used to supply various sites.
Al-Maliki concluded by stressing the continuation of the coalition forces to support the legitimacy in Yemen in working at all levels militarily and humanly, in order to ensure the success of all international organizations working to improve the infrastructure in Yemen and to provide continuous work and efforts to restore security and stability to brotherly Yemen and in line with international and humanitarian laws and norms.
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