Deputy Secretary Sullivan and USAID Administrator Green’s Meeting with Humanitarian Organizations on Yemen

U.S. Department of State Office of the Spokesperson Readout June 22, 2018 The below is attributable to Spokesperson Heather Nauert: Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan and USAID Administrator Mark Green met yesterday with representatives of international and non-governmental organizations to discuss the conflict in Yemen and developments in Hudaydah, and the withdrawal of ...
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Statement by Spokesperson Clayton M. McCleskey on the Operation of Mobile Cranes in Yemen Port

The United States welcomes reports that four U.S.-funded World Food Programme mobile cranes have now begun offloading supplies at Yemen’s Hudaydah port. The additional capacity of these cranes will cut in half the average time it takes to unload ships, allowing food, medicine, and other necessities to reach people in need more quickly. A protracted ...
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STATEMENT FROM USAID ADMINISTRATOR MARK GREEN ON THE ARRIVAL OF MOBILE CRANES TO YEMEN

The United States welcomes the arrival of four mobile cranes at Yemen’s Hudaydah port. Upon installation, these cranes, purchased by the World Food Programme with U.S. Government funding, will offload essential supplies for the people of Yemen. We expect that the additional capacity of these cranes will cut the typical unloading time for ships in ...
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Statement from USAID Administrator Mark Green on Yemen

The United States remains extremely concerned about the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen. Over the last week, fighting in Sana’a has intensified-killing and injuring hundreds of people. This spike in violence has brought increased suffering to a city of more than one million people who are now trapped inside their homes. We call on all ...
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