Iran Aid to Yemen

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Head of Iran Red Crescent’s Relief and Rescue Organization Nasser Charkhsaz voiced the organization’s readiness to dispatch aid and medicine to Yemen.

Expressing sympathy with the people in Yemen, he said his organization is determined to render services to Yemeni people as long as there is a need, IRNA reported.

Meanwhile, 52 people injured in the deadly bomb attacks in Yemen were flown to Iran and taken to hospital for treatment. The Yemen conflict began after the Houthi fighters took control of capital Sanaa in September 2014 sparking tensions with supporters of President Mansur Hadi who fled to the southern city of Aden. The conflict culminated in Saudi-led airstrikes against Houthi strongholds.