المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Supreme council meets Yemeni studens’ call in China.

Secretary General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation (SCMCH), AbdulMohsen Tawoos, confirmed that he is keeping an eye on, with great interest, the arrangements for the evacuation of Yemeni students studying in Wuhan city, which is hit by the deadly Coronavirus in China.

Tawoos said in a statement to The SCMCHA website that the directives of the Excellency Mahdi Al-Mashat, president of the Supreme Political Council, required speedy coordination with the international organizations and competent authorities to ensure the return of Yemeni students studying in Wuhan city to Yemen. He poinoted out that the Council after receiving appeals from Yemeni students make every effort to speed up evacuation procedures.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council said that the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the representative of the World Health Organization and the Coordinator of Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen were urgently addressed to take the necessary procedures to ensure the evacuation of Yemeni students from Wuhan International Airport to Sana’a International Airport with precautions taken Health needed in coordination with the Ministry of Public Health and Population.

He called on the United Nations and the World Health Organization (WHO) to carry out its humanitarian duty to Yemeni students and to send a UN plane to evacuate them from Wuhan city to Sana’a airport, especially as the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a state of emergency against the coronavirus at a time when the aggression coalition is imposing an effective blockade. On Yemen.

Tawoos praised the Chinese government’s efforts towardstudents in general, as well as health care assistance to Yemeni students.

Tawoos called on Yemeni students to take all necessary precautions and abide by the directives and warnings of the Chinese government to ensure their safety and safe return to their country.

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