The Minister of Transport, Amer Al-Marani, stressed the importance of preserving the lands and depriving Sana'a International Airport from attacks.
Minister Al-Marani warned, during his visit to the lands and campuses of Sana'a International Airport, of the repeated attacks on the lands and campuses of the airport.
"The lands and sanctuaries of Sanaa Airport are a red line, and those who attack them will be deterred, as they are the property of the airport and the homeland," he said.
Minister Al-Marani stressed that he will work hard to curb this phenomenon that hinders development, construction and reconstruction in the field of civil aviation and air navigation in the Republic of Yemen.
He pointed out that those who attack the airport's campus and lands serve the aggression and seek to achieve its goals and plans.
The Minister of Transport, along with the Undersecretary for the Air Transport Sector, Abdullah Al-Ansi, and the President of the General Authority for Civil Aviation and Meteorology, Dr. Muhammad Abdul-Qader, were briefed on the lands designated for expansion work at Sanaa Airport with the aim of developing and modernizing the airport.
Minister Al-Marani also inspected the transfer building at the airport and the services it provides, and quickly directed maintenance work to it, in a way that contributes to the revitalization and development of work.
The Minister of Transport heard from the Director General of Sanaa Airport, Khaled Al-Shayef, an explanation of the workflow at the airport and the services it provides to UN flights, its affiliated organizations, and humanitarian organizations operating in Yemen.
He referred to the technical and operational readiness of the airport and the services provided by the airport to the aircraft of the United Nations and its affiliated organizations, stressing that the airport provides its services in accordance with international requirements and the International Aviation Organization "ICAO".