Grain Stores in Hodeidah at risk of rotting, says UN

February 11, 2019

The United Nations special envoy said on Monday that the grains that are part of the humanitarian aid sent to the people of Yemen, but have been detained in Hodeidah are at risk of rotting. The grain stores in the Red Sea Mills are sufficient to feed at least 3.7 million people for a month but have been trapped for more than five month from now.

 

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