Yemeni government insists on correcting the relief work mechanism and reviewing the list of local partners

Yemeni government insists on correcting the relief work mechanism and reviewing the list of local partners


The Yemeni government has stressed the need for a comprehensive correction of the relief work in Yemen through the principle of decentralizing aid distribution, revising the lists of local partners and local staff working in those organizations, and ensuring that aid is delivered to its beneficiaries without discrimination.

The Foreign Ministry issued a statement to comment on the statement issued by the World Food Program, saying that the statement confirms what the Yemeni government has been warning of in its statements and speeches to the United Nations and its officials.

The World Food Program (WFP) sent a message to the Houthi coup authorities in Sanaa, threatening to stop distributing food in areas controlled by the Houthi rebels due to fears of "embezzlement" and non-delivery of aid.

The Yemeni foreign ministry said in a statement issued Tuesday that the WFP statement that the biggest challenge to humanitarian action in Yemen is not fighting, but the obstructionist and uncooperative role of Houthi militia leaders in areas under their control, "where humanitarian workers are denied Access to those in need, aid convoys are obstructed, local authorities of the Houthis intervene in the distribution of food and put frequent obstacles in the way of selecting beneficiaries and insisting on working outside the fingerprint system. "

The foreign Ministry praised the courage and responsibility of WFP officials, and warned that UN organizations were working to beautify the ugly face of "those who steal food from the mouths of the hungry," which the statement said did not dare to issue a single statement condemning the militias or reveal its absurd practices despite its work under the same umbrella under which the World Food Programme operates.


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