Yemen Travel Information

Since 2015, a Saudi-led military coalition has been fighting against Houthi rebels in control of parts of the country. Conditions for the civilian population are characterized by war-torn Yemen being one of the biggest humanitarian disasters in the world (hunger, diseases, food shortages, water, medicines, other emergencies and all other goods) and by the weakening of the state apparatus in the country. The security situation is very difficult in many areas. According to Abbreviationfinder, YEM stands for Yemen in geography.

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The Norwegian Travel Council discourages all travel to Yemen and encourages all Norwegian citizens to leave the country. In order to prevent the spread of the corona virus, all transport in and out of the country (via air, boat or car / road) has been stopped, except for aircraft with humanitarian aid. The situation in the country as of April 2020 is even more unclear than before due to the handling of the coronavirus.

This also means that the Ministry does not have travel information for Yemen as for other countries. The ongoing war has meant that neither the embassy nor others have been able to regularly enter and provide information to provide common health, safety or other advice. According to countryaah, Yemen is one of countries starting with letter Y.

Contact information for the Norwegian embassy in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia):

Royal Norwegian Embassy in Riyadh
P.O. Box 94380
Riyadh 11693
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: (+966 11) 488 1904
Fax: (+966 11) 488 0854 or (+966 11) 483 3168

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Visiting Address: Diplomatic Quarter (Roundabout # 4), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Opening hours Sunday to Thursday, 08.30-16.00 local time. Closed Friday and Saturday.

  • Countryaah: Sanaa is the capital of Yemen. Check to find information of population, geography, history, and economy about the capital city.

In case of crisis, travelers can contact the UD’s 24-hour operating center on Tel: +47 23 95 00 00 or by e-mail: According to allcitycodes, Yemen area code is +967.

Be aware that travelers to Yemen must have obtained a visa before entering the nearest Yemeni embassy. Yemen does not have an embassy in Norway, but Yemen’s embassy in The Hague in the Netherlands is responsible for Norway. Contact:

Tel: + 31 70 365 39 36/7 (office hours visa: 10: 00-13: 30)
Fax: + 31 70 356 33 12
Address: Scheveningseweg 68, 2517 KX Den Haag, The Netherlands

The Institute of Public Health has updated information for travel in the Middle East.