Saudi raid injures 3 Yemenis, coalition forcibly displaces Yemenis
The Ministry of Fisheries in the Sana'a government condemns the aggressive coalition's developments in Abd al-Kuri Island.
Official Yemeni sources reported that three citizens were injured by Saudi artillery shelling, on the border of Shada in Saada, northern Yemen.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent in Saada reported a few days ago the death of a Yemeni citizen who had been injured by Saudi artillery shelling on the border district of Shada in Saada, northern Yemen.
A civilian was killed last Monday and four were wounded, as a result of the Saudi-led coalition artillery's shelling on the Shada district.
Moreover, the Ministry of Fisheries in the Sanaa government condemned the coalition's ongoing projects in the occupied Abd al-Kuri Island.
The Ministry indicated in a statement that the coalition was not only satisfied with occupying some of Yemen's islands, its beaches, and important parts of its lands, plundering its wealth, and destroying its environment, but rather also chose to displace the people of Abd al-Kuri Island, which is one of the most important islands of the Socotra archipelago.
It pointed out that the aggression went too far during the past week by deploying new Emirati forces to Hadiboh Airport, in preparation for their transfer to Abd al-Kuri Island.
The Ministry explained that new satellite images revealed that there were new construction projects on the island in preparation for the construction of what is likely to be military warehouses or logistical buildings, along with the establishment of worker areas and new buildings east of the base.
The UN Security Council, the United Nations, and its affiliated humanitarian and human rights organizations were held responsible for the encroachment on Yemeni sovereignty on several islands.
Sanaa condemned the aggressive coalition's displacement of the residents of Abd al-Kuri Island, especially after the arrival of Israeli officers to the region.
On the other hand, the Minister of Transport in the Sanaa government, Abdul Wahhab Al-Durra, warned Yemeni airlines against preventing the sale of tickets for Sanaa-Amman flights.
The Minister of Transport stated that the prevention of plane tickets to travelers from Yemen has led to an increase in the suffering of patients and travelers, and the company has suffered losses. The Minister reaffirmed that the Yemen Airways bank accounts in Sanaa and Aden are open for the company's management to pay operating expenses, purchases, and employee dues
Earlier on March 18th, A Saudi aggression against civilians in the border districts of Saada governorate resulted in three deaths and six injuries, Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported.