UN highlights negative effects on shipping in Yemen
Almost three-and-a-half years since it started, Yemen’s civil war has killed at least 6,600 civilians and injured another 10,563. A group of experts, according to the United Nations Human Rights Council, alleged that the Saudi Arabia-led coalition’s restrictive practices in the country’s ports have had a “chilling effect” on commercial shipping resulting in inflated food prices
A UN-commissioned report claimed that requests to call at Yemen’s Red Sea ports fell by more than half after November’s blockade
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