The Yemeni Foreign Ministry has denounced the UN Security Council’s pro-Riyadh statement for ignoring the Saudi war crimes against the Yemeni people.
At least one person has been killed and three others wounded when Saudi fighter jets struck pharmaceutical warehouses in Yemen’s capital province of Sana’a.
Apparently worried by the Yemeni army’s rapid gains in the battle to liberate the strategic city of Ma’rib, the UN Security Council has called for an urgent ceasefire across Yemen and an end to the army’s advances toward the last stronghold of Saudi-backed mercenaries.
The Yemen Petroleum Company (YPC) says member countries of the Saudi-led coalition waging war against Yemen are looting the impoverished country's oil reserves, urging the UN to take action to alleviate the sufferings of Yemeni people.
The protracted war in Yemen has killed or maimed at least 10,000 children since the conflict began in March 2015, which is equivalent to four children every day, the UN children’s agency says.
A senior adviser to the Iranian foreign minister for special political affairs stressed that the crisis in Yemen needs to be resolved politically and without any foreign interference.
Yemeni army troops and fighters from the allied Popular Committees have managed to liberate 3,200 square kilometers of land and inflict heavy losses on Saudi-led militants during the latest advances in Yemen’s strategic provinces of Shabwah and Ma’rib.
Yemen’s Ansarullah resistance movement has dismissed the US State Department’s call for a halt to fighting in the country’s oil-rich Ma’rib Province, stating that the intention behind the request is an evil one.
A high-ranking member of Yemen’s Ansarullah resistance movement says military operations by Yemeni army troops and fighters from allied Popular Committees will continue until Saudi forces and their Takfiri mercenaries fully withdraw from the Arab country.