The Ministry of Transport refutes the claims of “Al-Yemenia” and confirms that the suspension of flights through Sana’a Airport an indication of the lack of seriousness of the aggression
Posted on October 1, 2023
An official source at the Ministry of Transport considered the suspension of Yemeni Airlines flights through Sana’a International Airport an indication of the lack of seriousness of the aggression countries in the serious approach
to peace and a disregard for all efforts made in this regard.
He stressed that this reflects the extent of the criminal insistence on the siege and the doubling of the suffering of the Yemeni people, especially the sick and travelers.
The responsible source explained in a statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that what was published about the management of airlines in the occupied city of Aden is an indication of the lack of seriousness of the aggression countries in their serious approach to peace, and that the Yemeni Airlines Company is positioning itself as a cheap means in the hands of the aggression countries to continue the siege and double the suffering. The Yemeni people and the closure of Sanaa airport.
He pointed out that the company peddled lies and allegations far from reality and, on behalf of the aggression countries, bore the crime of siege, compounded the suffering of the Yemeni people, and deprived them of their right to travel and humanitarian trips.
The source at the ministry of confirmed that the claims of the company’s management in occupied Aden that the company’s balances are frozen or banned is a false claim and pure slander, and the evidence for this is that all salaries and entitlements of the company’s employees are disbursed in all regions of the Republic of Yemen from the company’s balances in Sana’a, which amount to two million dollars per month, and that during the previous period, approximately thirty-six million dollars were paid from the company’s balances in Sana’a to meet operational expenses during the previous period.
The source indicated that $10 million of the value of the recently purchased aircraft (A320) was paid from the company’s budget in Sanaa according to understandings between those involved in the management of Yemeni Airways Company.