Al-Hamali and Al-Durra inspect the progress of work at Sana’a International Airport.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the Minister of Transport, Abdul Wahab Al-Durra, inspected work progress in the repairs of the infrastructure at Sana’a International Airport, which was destroyed by the aggression aircraft, and the airport’s needs for development projects.
Al-Hamali and Al-Durra were briefed on the extent of damage to the main building of the airport and its service annexes designed according to the specifications and requirements in force at international airports, as well as the equipment at the airport to facilitate travel procedures.
They listened from the director of Sana’a airport, Khaled Al-Shayef, explaination to the requirements for developing the services provided by the airport, and the systematic targeting it was subjected to by the aggression.
Al-Hamali confirmed the interest of SCMCHA at Sana’a Airport and providing support to contribute to the development of the airport’s work.
He pointed to the importance of opening Sana’a International Airport permanently without any restriction or condition, which contributes to alleviating the suffering of the Yemeni people and patients in particular.
The Minister of Transport confirmed that Sana’a International Airport has technical and professional expertise that contributed significantly to enhancing its readiness to receive all civilian commercial flights efficiently and competently.
He pointed out that the new airport faces many problems as a result of being bombed by the coalition of aggression deliberately and directly.