Aden, (Saba)- Efforts are exerted to re-open Mocha Port after being freed from Houthi-Saleh's militias, Deputy Minister of Transportation Naser Sharif has said.
The Ministry of Transportation is preparing alternative ports and other ground outlets to Hodeida to ease access of humanitarian aid through the outlets under the legal authority, he added.
"Hodeida Port has been stopped as the sole outlet used by militias for weapon trafficking in parallel with preparations by the national army and Arab Coalition to finish western coast battle and freeing Hodeida Port," said Sharif.
Recapturing Hodeida Port by the national army, with support from the coalition jet fighters, represents deadly blow for it is used by the militias as a mainline for supplying with weapons.
The ministry is preparing necessary measures to operate the two ports of Hodeida and Mocha after their recapture, he said.
The ministry is also studying legal, administrative, technical and financial procedures to transfer the headquarters of the Red Sea Port's Corporation to Mocha for securing all needs of the citizens and securing maritime.
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