In this photo taken Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, fighters against Shiite rebels known as Houthis gather at the road leading to Al-Anad base near Aden in the southern province of Lahej, Yemen. The capture of the Al-Anad base was a significant victory for the forces allied to Yemen's exiled President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi in their battle to reverse the gains of Houthis. (AP Photo/Wael Qubady)

The UN is extremely concerned about the situation around the Port of Hodeida in western Yemen, the press secretary of the UN Secretary-General Stefan Dujarrik stated during a regular briefing for journalists.

According to the supporters of the Yemeni regime and the Arab coalition, Hodeidah is the main source of arms supplies to the Houthi forces.

The Bab-el-Mandeb Strait is also close to the world’s most important shipping area.

In recent days, the situation around the port has become tense.

“We are extremely concerned about the situation around Hodeida. Our colleagues in this area have already begun to take precautionary measures in terms of curtailing aid and reviewing the contingency plan in case of further escalation of the situation,” Dujarrik said.

Source: RIA

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That is aright then; the UN is now extremely concerned.

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No, they just give a fück about the Fakestinian fraud in order to protect the so-called people the Arab-League invented or elseA.L. will cut funding to the UN…
Tibet really occupied? Nada about!
Northern Cyprus really occupied? Ethnic cleansing in Turkish Kurdistan?
Afrin really occupied? Shitlamists totally ruling Sudan?
Noooo, no one cares!