Ahead of Hodeida battle, other seaports prepared

United Nations suggested government-controlled seaports be used to deliver vital aid.
Saeed Al Batati
Al Mukalla: The Yemeni government is renovating the Mokha seaport in the province of Taiz in order to prepare it as an alterative entry point for humanitarian aid to enter the country ahead of an offensive by the Saudi-led coalition and Yemeni army troops on the Al Houthi-held Hodeida seaport on the Red Sea coast.
The state-run Saba news agency has quoted deputy minister of transportation, Nasser Sharef, as saying the restoration process is in full swing and the Mokha, Al Mukalla and Aden seaports will be ready to receive UN humanitarian aid soon.
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