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Woman Died at Sana'a Airport Due to Flight Restrictions, Amid US-Imposed Siege 

Yemen: Saudi Arabia, and behind it the USA, continues to play with the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, by tightening the blockade and restrictions imposed on Sana'a International Airport in a desperate attempt to keep the suffering and gain more conditions on the negotiating table.

 

While all voices demand lifting the total ban on the airport and expanding destinations for commercial flights to and from it, Saudi Arabia took a step back under American pressure and reduced the number of weekly flights to Jordan from six to three in flagrant violation of rights and clear disregard for international and humanitarian laws.

The step, in its timing and repercussions, suggests that Saudi Arabia does not want peace and that its aggression coalition does not care about the consequences of complacency and renunciation of human entitlements.

With the imposition of more restrictions as a behavior that the Kingdom has always practiced, stranded students and expatriates abroad, along with thousands of patients who are in dire need to travel abroad for treatment have no way out.

As a result of this behavior, a woman died while boarding the plane at Sana'a airport after suffering greatly from the disease, as one of dozens of daily deaths, and the reason is known as the difficulty in obtaining reservations and reducing the number of flights.

On the negotiation table, Sana’a demands that Sana’a International Airport be operated to all destinations, and through all local and foreign companies, without restriction or condition. As the only port for two-thirds of the population of the besieged country, and given that three or even six flights from Sanaa to one destination do not meet the minimum needs of the Yemeni people.

Despite the passage of a year and a half of the truce, the UN meets these arbitrary measures with more silence and work outside the circle of humanitarian priorities to address the repercussions of what it describes as the most severe crisis in the world, as if lifting legal controls on women's travel and dealings is more important than calling for an end to aggression and an end to the deadly siege.

 

The blockade measures may make the humanitarian crisis worse, but in the end they will not achieve any of the goals and ambitions of the aggression countries. On the contrary, this matter may put an end to the patience of the Yemeni people and their leadership, and push the Armed Forces to intervene to end the state of belittling suffering and exploiting its repercussions.

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