Security Belt deny internally displaced northerners entry to Aden

Security Belt deny internally displaced northerners entry to Aden

A security checkpoint from a paramilitary force that does not answer to the government has prevented dozens of displaced families from Yemen entry into the temporary capital Aden where they hope to find a safe refuge from the Houthi militants.

Passengers said hundreds of cars coming from Yemen's north were stopped at a checkpoint belonging to the Security Belt paramilitary force and forced the families including women to stay stuck in the borders with Aden.

Prime Minister Ahmed bin-Daghr said it is not legal to prevent families from the north to enter Aden.

"Exposing children, women and the elderly people to harm is a taboo act," he said in his Twitter account. "Let them in and protect them to the temporary capital Aden," he said.  

It is not known if bin-Daghr's tweet will change anything since he previously issued similar directives but the force continue to obstruct .

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