Yemen: Sana’a hospitals run short of medicines as Saudi blockade tightens grip

Yemeni hospitals have been suffering a growing scarcity of medicines as the air, see and land blockade imposed by the Saudi-led coalition tightened its grip on the country, footage shot from the Sana'a hospital of al-Sabeen on Thursday shows. Dr. Mohamed Abdel Mghani described the plight the Yemeni people are facing saying, «The situation is bad and the full blockade on Yemen, including air... Еще embargo and sea blockade, have made it even worse.» Another doctor at the hospital, Hanadi Al-Aamy, said that the Yemeni people had «already suffering the lack of medicines,» and that the recent port blockades «Yemeni people suffer more.» Earlier this week the Saudi-led coalition battling Houthi militants announced that it will close all land, air and sea ports after a ballistic missile was intercepted from Yemen being fired at an international airport near the Saudi capital. The country's only open border is now al-Hudayda port.

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