Saudi Arabia continues its support to war-torn Yemen, Al Jazeera reported. Seven Yemeni governorates will welcome in the port city of Aden 40 water tankers sent by the kingdom.
Aden, Taiz, Dali, Lahj, Shabwah, Hadramout and Abyan became seven Yemeni governorates supported by Saudi Development and Reconstruction Programme for Yemen (SDRPY). In the frame of the humanitarian aid project, the kingdom has supplied 40 water tankers to Yemen.
The current shortages of clean drinking water is a real problem in Yemen. According to SDRPY representative, Eng. Salman Al-Hazimi, the water tanks will be distributed to several directorates in the cities of Mocca, Turba, Ataq, Shabwah, Seiyun, Mukallah, Jaar Zanjabour, Toor Al Baha and Al Houtah.
“The programme works to study and implement all the needs of the brotherly Yemeni people, in the water sector and all service sectors, for development and reconstruction throughout the Republic of Yemen,” Al-Hazimi said.
Saudi Arabia’s support means a lot for Yemen, which is almost run out of the water, so, the continuation of developmental and infrastructure projects previously launched in all parts of the Middle eastern country across several sectors.
Coordination continues with the legitimate government and local authorities to benefit the Yemenis, providing employment opportunities while improving services and quality of life.