UN mission results refute aggression lies: YRSPC
The Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation (YRSPC) says the UN inspection and verification patrols of Al-Hudaydah ports prove they are devoid of any military activity.
The UN search and inspection patrols in Al-Hudaydah port, which amounted to 189 patrols, refuted the claims of the Saudi-led coalition's spokesperson, affirming that the port does not have any military presence, the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation said Monday.
"Al-Hudaydah ports are inspected daily and weekly by the UN mission to support the Al-Hudaydah agreement," the YRSPC clarified.
The YRSPC also highlighted that the results the UN reached prove that all ports comply with all international maritime conditions.
The ports have no relation to any conflicts, and they are free from any military presence, military barracks, arms warehouses, and gunboats, the corporation asserted.
The UN mission's visit to Al-Hudaydah port on Sunday refutes the false allegations of the Saudi-led coalition's spokesperson against Yemen and proves that the YRSPC is a professional civil organization, the body concluded.
The Saudi coalition had published a video on Sunday, claiming it included scenes from the site of assembling and installing ballistic missiles in the port of Al-Hudaydah.
However, the scenes were cut from the Severe Clear documentary, specifically an hour, nine minutes, and 54 seconds after its beginning.
The Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation had denied Friday the Saudi allegations over the port.