The United Nations is concerned about the situation in the Yemeni city of Hodeidah
The United Nations has expressed concern over the situation around the port of Hodeidah in western Yemen, Secretary-General of the United Nations Stephane Dujarric said.

According to supporters of the Yemeni government and the Arab alliance, Hodeidah is the main source of arms supplies to the rebels. The Bab al-Mandab Strait is also located near the world's most important shipping area. In recent days, the situation around the port has become tense.

"We are very concerned about the situation surrounding Hodeidah," Dujarric said, "Our colleagues in this region are already taking precautionary measures in terms of reducing aid and reviewing the contingency plan if the situation escalates further."

Since 2014, armed conflict has continued in Yemen, involving rebel groups from the Shiite Ansar al-Shei movement, on the other hand, government forces and militia loyal to President Abd Rab Mansour Hadi. Authorities in the air and on the ground support the Arab-led coalition led by Saudi Arabia. In response, the killers regularly bomb Saudi Arabia.

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