النفط يصعد إلى أعلى مستوى في 2019 اليابان تقصي السعودية من مونديال آسيا النفط يصعد إلى أعلى مستوى في 2019 صاروخان باليستيان يستهدفان تحشيدات عسكرية في جيزان و عسير صاروخان باليستيان يستهدفان تحشيدات عسكرية في جيزان و عسير المبعوث الأممي مارتن غريفيث يصل صنعاء الحضرمي ينفي مزاعم العدوان عن نهب مكتبة زبيد الذهب مستقر وسط إقبال على المخاطرة ليون يستعيد المركز الثالث في الدوري الفرنسي العروبة يعادل مايو في الملتقى الشتوي الثاني
Sanaa, May 23 (26 September Net)- The General Authority of Civil Aviation has launched a call to the United Nations, international rights and humanitarian organizations and the Human Rights Council to move quickly to lift the ban on Sanaa International Airport to save the lives of thousands of patients and disabled people stuck abroad.
The authority issued a statement and a copy of it delivered to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), in which it condemned the statements issued by the aggression’s coalition, saying such statements were a part of distort reality and misleading the international public opinion on the air bridge operation for humanitarian flights to and from Sanaa International Airport.
“These statements issued by the aggression’s coalition came to soften the international organizations’ continued requests on the need to reopen the Sanaa International Airport immediately, considering the closure of it a crime”, the aviation authority’s statement mentioned.
The statement pointed out that the continued closure of Sana'a airport since the date of August 9, 2016 until today against the normal flights is contrary to the international norms and humanity, and flagrant violation of all relevant international conventions.
It considered the closure of the airport as a violation of the UN resolutions and constitutes a collective punishment for all the Yemeni people, especially that the flights are of a purely humanitarian nature and closing it increased the suffering of the Yemeni people at homeland and abroad.
The General Authority of Civil Aviation renewed the appeal of the international community and the Security Council to take responsibility for this aggression and to take a stand on the continued closure of the Yemeni civilian airports and to reopen the Sanaa International Airport immediately for humanitarian and civilian flights.