HR Ministry condemns the escalation of aggression air strikes
The Ministry of Human Rights condemned the escalation of Saudi-led aggression coalition countries, by launching more than 45 indiscriminate air raids on areas populated by residential communities, popular markets, water pumps and horse stables in Capital Sanaa and the provinces of Saada, Sanaa, Hodaidah, Amran, Marib and Jawf on Friday.
The ministry affirmed in a statement that the continuation of the aggression coalition countries in their indiscriminate military operations and attacks on Yemen, on the ground and on people, comes within the framework of a threat to international peace and security.
The ministry considered that the escalation of the aggression coalition countries is a moral and ethical bankruptcy, especially as it violated all the rules and provisions of the Stockholm Agreement, by launching raids on areas in Hodaidah province with more than four raids and the mercenaries loyal to it deliberately bombed homes and civilian facilities with various types of light and heavy weapons.
The statement held the United Nations fully legal responsibility for its shameful silence, its continuous coverage of the crimes of the US-Saudi-Emirati aggression and its failure to take the necessary measures for five and a half years to stop the mockery of the countries of the coalition of aggression.