Who are the coast guards who will secure the ports of Hodeidah? Head of the Redeployment Committee explains

Who are the coast guards who will secure the ports of Hodeidah? Head of the Redeployment Committee explains


Head of the redeployment commission in Hodeidah said on Wednesday that the work is being carried out to establish a certain to determine who will work in the Coast Guard for the ports.

In a briefing to the Security Council, the aim of the Commission was to make Hodeidah port a safe and convenient one for navigation and to be supervised by the Coast Guard, which was later to be assigned.

According to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), Lolisgaard explained that under the agreement there were withdrawal operations on two phases: the first withdrawal from several parameters by the Houthis and the coalition forces, and the withdrawal from 18 to 30 kilometres is done by looking at the site and positioning of the two parties.

He said that Houthis insist that there was no gap amongst the first and second phase and as soon as they finish this phase there would be a complete process of verification by the Government, and the United Nations.

He referred to the agreement on the operational plan for the first phase, pointing out that the main outstanding cases of the secondary stage is determine the extent of the withdrawal of troops from the centre of Hodeidah city and the side that moves first and reach an agreement on the security forces that will take over security.

The United Nations now has only 15 observers and called the Houthis to expedite issuance of entry visas for 30 other persons.

He stressed the need to make sure that the ports on the West Coast should be considered as a necessity for the establishment of demilitarized zones in Hodeidah.

He added, "We are now seeking the path of the passage of humanitarian aid in Hodeidah and we are checking the Hodeidah port to ensure its ability to receive ships,", stressing the commitment to fully implement the Hodeidah agreement


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