Increasing number of people are leaving Houthi-controlled Sana'a: Reports

Increasing number of people are leaving Houthi-controlled Sana'a: Reports

 

Increasing number of people are packing their luggage and leaving Yemen's capital city controlled by the fascist Houthi militia to places where there is more safety and better chances of living, it is reported.

"The past months saw the displacement of hundreds of families from Sana'a to Aden [in the south] because of the deteriorating living conditions in Sana'a," Aden Alghad newspaper has reported. "Among the displaced families are dozens of businessmen, middle-incomed people, (local) staffers of humanitarian aid organizations and public employees.

A number of householders told the paper they had left Sana'a "because of a near total collapse of trade and other sectors in Sana'a"

Meanwhile other sources say many small enterprise owners are withdrawing their investments in the city and, along with thousands of ordinary citizens, are leaving Sana'a  to other places within the country or applying for visas to travel abroad as the "city under Houthi terrorist militia's rule has become repellant to businesses and  people."

 

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