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Yemeni Minister of Human Rights calls for running an air bridge to treat children

2019-12-10T21:52:56.418Z

SANAA - SANA, Yemeni Minister of Human Rights, Alia Faisal Abdul Latif, called for lifting the unjust blockade on Yemen from BC



Sana'a - Sana

Yemeni Minister of Human Rights Alia Faisal Abdul-Latif called for the unfair blockade of Yemen by the Saudi coalition to be opened and the Sana'a International Airport opened to enable thousands of patients to travel for treatment.

And she called Abdul-Latif during a speech event on the occasion of the International Day for Human Rights according to the march Net international organizations concerned with childhood to start operating an air bridge to treat children with critical health conditions and said that the Yemenis live the International Day of Human Rights with great pain in light of the continued Saudi aggression on Yemen.

And Abdul Latif confirmed that the Saudi aggression had caused the largest human-made humanitarian catastrophe according to the United Nations classification of the humanitarian situation in Yemen, and she said that the aggression had caused 24 million Yemenis in need of humanitarian aid and threatened millions of them with starvation and near death.

For his part, the Yemeni Foreign Minister, Hisham Sharaf, affirmed that the crimes of the Saudi aggression and its violations are registered and will not be forgotten by the Yemeni people, pointing out that the aggression that Yemen is exposed to is carried out with international complicity and ignored its crimes committed against humanity.

While the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Administration and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation in Yemen, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, pointed out the human rights principles that included the prosecution of war criminals, calling on the United Nations to play its role against the siege and death of the Yemeni people on thousands of cases due to its inability to travel to receive treatment abroad Because of the blockade and the embargo imposed on Sanaa International Airport.

The continuous Saudi aggression since 2015 destroyed the Yemeni health sector, which led to the spread of epidemics and diseases and the death of tens of thousands due to the shortage of medicines and the siege that even children were not safe from.

Source: sena

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