Houthis storm World Food Program stores in Hodeidah for the second time

Houthis storm World Food Program stores in Hodeidah for the second time

 On Monday, the Houthi militia stormed the World Food Program (WFP) warehouses in Hamadi, in Hodeidah province, west of Yemen.

The Houthi militia also stormed the program administrative offices, searched the entire files and contents, and separated the surveillance cameras of the site.

According to local sources, the Houthi militia forced the security escorts of the program to permanently open the North gate of the site to take the place as a war barracks and as a refuge for militia fighters in order to avoid targeting their movements by the coalition.

Militia entered the site on September 13, after fleeing confrontations with government forces.

The militia also bombed trucks belonging to the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) late last August, but the UN organization did not react strongly to the incident and simply referred to it in an accidental manner.


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