Four members of the UAE's armed forces died in a helicopter crash in Yemen on Friday during a routine mission, state news agency WAM said on Saturday.
"The closure of Sanaa airport and the limitation of flights to exclusively those carrying aid was due to concerns for the safety of civilian travel and commercial flights, as well as the smuggling of weapons by the Huthis", al-Maliki said in a statement carried by the official SPA news agency.
The ministry urged the humanitarian community and the United Nations humanitarian agencies to help press for immediate reopening Sanaa airport so Yemeni patients can travel overseas for global medical healthcare.
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Shabwa has seen US airstrikes targeting Yemen's local branch of al-Qaida amid the Saudi-led war.
A Black Hawk helicopter, belonging to the United Arab Emirate (UAE), has crashed in southern Yemen, killing four of its crew. Current death toll is more than 10.000 people, while humanitarian disaster escalated with a starvation and the cholera outbreak of more than 300.000 recorded cases of infection.
The United States has also been providing arms and military training as well as bombing coordinates to the Saudi-led coalition since the beginning of the protracted war, which has failed to achieve its goals.
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Yemen has been locked in a power struggle between Saudi-backed President Abd Rabu Mansour Hadi and the Iran-allied Houthi rebels since 2014.
Al-Qaeda fighters are thought to have moved farther south into neighbouring Abyan province.
In a social media post, Karman, a journalist and activist who was one of the leaders of Yemen's 2011 Arab Spring revolution that toppled Saleh, said the three men were "disappeared" in Sanaa last month.
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