Head of the Supreme Medical Committee in Sanaa, Dr. Mutahar Al-Darwish, on Saturday said that the Saudi-led coalition’s obstruction of flights through Sanaa airport is hampering the Committee plans regarding patient travel.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Head of the Supreme Medical Committee in Sanaa, Dr. Mutahar Al-Darwish, on Saturday said that the Saudi-led coalition’s obstruction of flights through Sanaa airport is hampering the Committee plans regarding patient travel.

Dr. Al-Darwish explained in a press statement that after the extension of the UN truce, 1,600 patients, distributed on 16 flights, were scheduled to travel, noting that the coalition is obstructing flights to Cairo, which prevents patients from obtaining treatment.

For his part, Director General of Sanaa International Airport, Khaled Al-Shayef, said: “We have 24 flights under the armistice agreement, including 15 flights to and from Egypt that have not been implemented until today.”

He confirmed that not scheduling flights and announcing them in sufficient time wastes the opportunity to travel for citizens and leads to the inability to book, indicating that the coalition requests that the lists of passengers’ names be uploaded 48 hours before the flight, and no enough time.

Commenting on the obstruction of flights to Cairo, Al-Shayef said “We have not yet received any official reasons for the reason for delaying flights from Sanaa Airport to Egypt.”

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