The Government calls for a unified international stance toward the Houthi violations in Hodeidah and the shelling of the relief stores

The Government calls for a unified international stance toward the Houthi violations in Hodeidah and the shelling of the relief stores


The Yemeni government has called on the UN humanitarian agent, Emergency Relief Coordinator mark lowcock, and humanitarian coordinator in Yemen Lisa Grande, to intervene urgently to stop the crimes and violations of the Houthis, which she described as terrorist, which was targeting wheat silos in Red sea Mills in the Hodeidah.

It also demanded that these crimes be reported directly to the UN Security Council for the seriousness of these crimes on the relief operation and their impact on the deteriorating humanitarian situation of many groups of Yemeni people in the areas of the putschists ' control.

The Minister of Local administration, chairman of the Higher Relief Committee, Abdelraqeeb. Fatah, told the Yemeni News Agency (SABA) "Targeting al-Houthi's coup militia to Red Sea mills in Hodeidah is a terrorist crime by all standards and is contrary to all laws and humanitarian rules and calls from the community Urgent intervention to confront these recurring terrorist crimes against the relief operations.

He added that the Houthi militias targeted Red Sea mills five times in four months, which contains more than 51,000 tons of relief assistance from the World Food Programme and sufficient for approximately 3.700 million Yemenis,

Such targeting was a clear challenge to international and humanitarian law, he said.

The head of the government's ceasefire team in Hodeidah Sagheer bin Aziz on Thursday published a video showing wheat leaking from a silo in Red Sea mills after the shelling by the Houthis.

"The Houthi militias are targeting the Red Sea mills in a clear violation of the cease-fire and aggression that would deprive the beneficiaries of the Yemeni people of food aid and the United Nations has not done so," Aziz commented on the video.


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