Britain announced on Tuesday 160 million pounds ($201 million) in humanitarian aid to Yemen, James Cleverly, the Foreign Office minister for the Middle East and North Africa said.
Cleverly told a pledging conference to help the war-torn country of the British government plans to assist Yemen with the fund.
The conference is aimed at raising 2.4 billion dollars to keep aid flowing to Yemen.
“Today’s pledges will help our UN humanitarian agencies and their partners on the ground to continue providing a lifeline to millions of Yemenis,” he added.
He added that aid agencies “are in a race against time” in Yemen.
Edited By: Isaac Aregbesola (NAN)