Analysts say the warring factions in Yemen are waging a military war as well as an economic war. Alex Stark, a senior researcher at the research institute in New America, said: Rather, rising prices have pushed food and basic necessities beyond the reach of many Yemenis.
Alex Stark said some war-related issues were involved in the rise in commodity prices. Among them, the warring parties have introduced their own currency system, corruption and unemployment are among them.
Innocent people have to pay the highest price in such a crisis. Ordinary people in Yemen are counting on this price. At least 60 civilians have been killed in an anti-Houthi airstrike on a prison in northern Yemen on January 21. However, the Saudi coalition has denied responsibility for the attack. The coalition last attacked a Houthi telecommunications center in the capital, Sanaa, on February 14.