Yemen's air, land and sea ports are open for receiving aid shipments, the spokesperson of the Arab Coalition backing Yemen's government said.
In a press conferencein Riyadh on Wednesday, Col. Turki al-Maliki said that since the beginning of the Coalition's military operationsin March 2015, the Coalition has issued 17293 aid delivery permits to relief aid agencies and vessels.
Al-Maliki dismissed the latest the Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen Jamie McGoldrick's latest report as baseless as biased in favour of the Houthis. He said that in assessing the humanitarian conditions, the report was dictated by the terrorist militia in Sana'a.
He said that the Coalition precisely targets the militia and their arsenal of weapons, showing videos of airstrikes and citing a recent strike that targeted caves which the militia uses to store ballistic missiles in al-Nahdainmountains in Sana'a.
He pointed that the terrorist group, however, continues to recruit child fighters and push them to the battlefields, plant landmines in international shipping waterways, and fire ballistic missiles toward the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
He said that thus far the militia has fired 86 ballistic missiles toward the Saudi territories, the latest of which failed in the Yemeni air last Friday.
He said that the Yemeni government controls majority of the Yemeni land and has become the unrivalled authority that commands absolute popularityafter the pro-Saleh faction of the GPC joined President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi'sgovernment.
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