RIYADH: Arab Coalition spokesperson said they have made great efforts to help the people of Al-Mahra province in Yemen in the aftermath of tropical cyclone Luban.
Col. Turki Al-Maliki said they have allocated 10 helicopters and are continuing land and air relief efforts to assist the people of Al-Mahra.
He added that 60 members of Saudi Arabia’s Civil Defense forces have been dispatched to help mitigate the impact of cyclone Luban.
“The Yemeni National Army continues to liberate sites under militia control,” he said, adding that the “coalition’s efforts are continuous at all levels to support the Yemeni people.”
He point out that there are 22 fully operational relief ports in Yemen, calling on the Yemeni people to communicate with the coalition to facilitate the delivery of aid.
Col. Al-Maliki also said militia elements are using mosques as weapons depots.