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Statistics of 4 Years of War Issued by Minister of Works and Roads

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Minister of Works and Roads Ghaleb Motlaq on Saturday has confirmed that the Ministry of Works is the most affected by Saudi-led coalition war during four years of aggression due to the systematic targeting of on bridges, roads and crushers as well as many buildings and warehouses that belonging to the ministry.
He added that the ministry is represented by the Road Maintenance Fund and the general Organization for Roads and bridges, which was able to restore the demolished bridges and roads in coordination with international donor organizations and the total cost of projects carried out by the Ministry until last February about 67,800,000,000 billion distributed As following:
SR 695.181.480 for Road works, ferry restoration and protection work. SR 173.930 re-build damaged bridges. SR 775.504 restoration of damaged buildings and irrigation canals.

 

Four Years of War on Yemen
Recent statistics issued by the Law Center for Rights and Development, the total number of civilian deaths amounted to 15,579, including 9,870 men, 2,452 women and 3,267 children, while the number of wounded reached 24,421, including 18,380 men, 2,557 women and 3,484 children.
The statistics indicated that the coalition warplanes destroyed 24,000 service and economic facilities over the past four years.
The destroyed facilities included 15 airports, 16 ports, 2,077 roads and bridges, 2,015 government facilities, 923 schools and institutes, 3638 agricultural fields, 695 mosques, 132 university buildings, 295 factories, 226 tourist facilities, 61 sports facilities, 39 media buildings, 175 archaeological sites and 7,431 commercial establishments.
The coalition warplanes also destroyed and caused damage to 4,514 transport vehicles, 232 fuel trucks, 344 fuel and gas stations, 675 water tanks and networks, 275 hospitals and health facilities, 41,915 homes, 158 power plants and networks, 391 telecommunication networks and stations, 602 food trucks, 310 farms of chicken, cattle and bee and 430 fishing boats, according to the statistics.