In pictures, locusts invade four Yemeni governorates, heading towards Saudi Arabia

Swarms of desert locusts invaded the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, passing through the governorates of Amran, Al Mahwit and Saada, heading towards the Saudi border.

Pictures published by the Chinese news agency “Xinhua” showed swarms of locusts covering the sky of Sanaa.

In pictures, locusts invade four Yemeni governorates, heading towards Saudi Arabia

Xinhua

In pictures, locusts invade four Yemeni governorates, heading towards Saudi Arabia

In pictures, locusts invade four Yemeni governorates, heading towards Saudi Arabia

Xinhua

In pictures, locusts invade four Yemeni governorates, heading towards Saudi Arabia

In pictures, locusts invade four Yemeni governorates, heading towards Saudi Arabia

Xinhua

The locust swarms caused heavy damage to agricultural crops that are close to maturity, in light of the complete inability of the local authorities to control or limit them.

The Desert Locust Control and Control Center at the Ministry of Agriculture in the Houthi-affiliated government of Sana’a warned of the danger of locusts and their effects, calling on local authorities, farmers and beekeepers to contribute to the control efforts.

Source: Agencies

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