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Civil Aviation Authority: The Aggression Is Deliberately Falsifying to Target Sana'a International Airport

The Deputy Chairman of CAMA- Raed Jabal stressed that the aggression coalition deliberately deceived and falsified facts about Sanaa airport to justify its continued targeting. In a statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), the Deputy Chairman of CAMA stated that the allegations of the aggression coalition aimed to stop the air navigational movement of the airport and the services it provides to the United Nations and International Humanitarian Organizations aircraft .

He said: "What is being allegated by the aggression these days is a prelude to targeting the remaining facilities of the airport after taking guarantees from the United Nations not to target it, as it is a civilian facility prohibited by the international laws and conventions." The Deputy Chairman also explained that the video that was recently circulated by the aggression channels is a video at the military airport which is located next to the civil airport in Sana’a, and said: “Everyone knows that, like most airports in the world, including the airports of Abha and Jeddah, which the military airport is in the vicinity of the civil airport, and this filming coincided with the passage of time. the UN aircraft.

In the meantime, he pointed out that the United Nations flights arrive at Sanaa airport since the beginning of the aggression by three to five flights per day with complete flow, and no security or technical defect was recorded according to the testimony of the United Nations pilots and employees. The Deputy Chairman also stated that the United Nations Resident Representative and Humanitarian Coordinator was briefed on the extent of the destruction inflicted on Sana'a Airport and the extent of its technical readiness and navigational services provided to UN aircraft and International Humanitarian Organizations in accordance with the international conditions and requirements approved at international airports and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).


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