Minister of Human Rights condemns violations and crimes committed by the countries of aggression against the Yemeni people
The Minister of Human Rights, Radhia Abdullah, called on the United Nations to play its humanitarian role for which it was established, in light of aggression that violates all laws and international treaties.
The Minister of Human Rights indicated during her participation in the protest organized by the Ministry of Human Rights and the Yemeni Oil Company in front of the United Nations Office in Sanaa, to condemn the violations and crimes committed by the countries of aggression against the Yemeni people and their properties and to detain oil and food ships and close the Sana’a airport.
She pointed out that the protest stops that exceeded 300 stands in front of the United Nations office comes from the Yemeni people’s keenness to respect international laws and covenants and reminds them of it, and perhaps it will play its role, which has become shameful to represent the peoples of the world, referring to international organizations, led by the United Nations, which are loyal to the aggression and contribute by bombing and starving the Yemeni people, through its silence and failure to play the humanitarian role that it was created for.
The Ministry of Human Rights in Yemen held the United Nations, the International Security Council and the International Human Rights Organization fully responsible for the grave violations suffered by the Yemeni people by the countries of the aggression coalition five years ago.
In the statement issued by the Ministry of Human Rights, the Ministry of Human Rights called the International Security Council to hold an emergency session, to discuss the humanitarian conditions that the Yemeni people are going through, as a result of the aggression and its accompanying measures from the siege and others.