Arab Coalition Forces played a key role in liberating Yemeni territories from Houthi Militias
Dr. Hassan Taher, Governor of Hodeidah, stated that the Arab Coalition Forces, led by Saudi Arabia, had a key role in liberating Yemeni territories from the Iranian-backed Houthi militias while the UAE had clearly contributed to returning normal living conditions to the liberated areas.
Taher said, in a statement to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, that work is now underway to restore facilities that were damaged by the militias, as well as to provide various types of training to Yemenis and help naturalise their lives, as part of the UAE’s efforts to help them overcome their difficult circumstances.
He praised the UAE’s role in answering the needs of liberated areas, by building, restoring and maintaining many local facilities.
Taher also praised the UAE’s role and its desire to constantly launch relief conveys to help the people of liberated Yemeni cities, as well as to rehabilitate many key facilities that provide Yemeni families with various services, such as electricity, healthcare and food, which benefitted many Yemeni citizens.
He highlighted the importance of liberating the Red Sea Cost of Yemen, which began with the liberation of Mocha, Khawkhah and Hays while noting that the National Resistance and National Army, with cooperation from the Arab Coalition Forces, are continuing to liberate other districts, which will soon be happy after their liberation. Hays was liberated in several hours, which opened the road leading to Al Jarrahi and Bayt Al Faqih and eventually to the Hodeidah Governorate, he said in conclusion.
[Source: United Arab Emirates News Agency/ WAM/Esraa Ismail/Nour Salman -/- Media Relations]
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