A UN plane on Monday will arrive to Sana’a to pick up 50 wounded Houthis

© AP Photo / Hani MohammedПовстанцы Houthis in Sana’a. Archival photoA UN plane on Monday will arrive to Sana’a to pick up 50 wounded Houthis© AP Photo / Hani Mohammed

A UN plane will arrive on Monday in the Yemeni city of Sana’a to take 50 wounded rebels from the Houthi movement «Ansar Allah», reports channel Al-Arabia, citing the statement of the official representative of the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia Turki al-Maliki.

According to al-Maliki, shopping UN plane will arrive on Monday, the Houthis controlled Sana’a. Upon completion of all procedures he will take 50 of the rebels, three Yemeni doctors and one doctor UN from Sana’a, the capital of Oman is Muscat.

The channel earlier reported that the Arab coalition decided to simplify the steps of transporting the wounded Houthis, the decision was made at the request of the envoy of the UN and after the meeting with the legitimate government of Yemen.

Military-political conflict in Yemen between the government and Houthi rebels from the Shiite movement «Ansar Allah» continues in 2014. On the side of the government in March 2015 stands a military coalition of Arab States led by Riyadh.

Attempts by the UN to peacefully resolve the conflict have not led to success. Currently, the fighting intensified in the area of the province of Hodeidah, where one of the main ports through which to the territory under the control of the Houthis get humanitarian aid and commercial goods. Humanitarian organizations warn that the possible discontinuance of the port of Hodeida threatens hunger for millions of people in the country.