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Al-Eryani confirms the government’s keenness to transfer the wounded at Aden Airport for treatment abroad





The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Muammar Al-Eryani, reassured the health of the wounded in the terrorist act that targeted Aden International Airport during the arrival of the government, which killed dozens of martyrs and wounded, and caused severe material damage at the airport.

During his visit to the injured members of the media, security and civilians, the Minister Al-Eryani, along with his deputy for media affairs, Hussein Basleem, and the Director General of Moral Guidance and Public Relations at the Ministry of Interior, Brigadier Abdul Qawi Baash, affirmed the government’s keenness to complete the procedures for transferring the wounded abroad to receive treatment, confirming President Hadi’s follow-up and attention to their health condition and his directives to the government. The cost of their treatment shall be borne by the state.

The Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism valued the sacrifices that come in the context of the exorbitant tax paid by the Yemeni people due to the terrorist Houthi militia supported by Iran, which targets civilian objects, residential neighborhoods and airports crowded with civilians … stressing that this crime is one of the war crimes that put the perpetrators under prosecution and trial. International.

Al-Iryani called on the international community to declare the Houthi militia as a terrorist group and to place it on the terrorist lists in preparation for pursuing its leaders and bringing them to trial … expressing his wishes for a speedy recovery to the wounded, and praying to the Almighty to grant the martyrs mercy and forgiveness.

Al-Iryani praised the efforts of the coalition to support legitimacy led by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which pushed the Riyadh agreement forward, leading to the government’s announcement and its return to the temporary capital, Aden.

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