The Yemeni Foreign Ministry has denounced the UN Security Council’s pro-Riyadh statement for ignoring the Saudi war crimes against the Yemeni people.
Syria says terror attacks like the deadly bombing that recently targeted a military bus in Damascus will not stop its fight against terrorism, calling on the international community and the United Nations to condemn the bloodshed and take action against the countries sponsoring terrorism.
Iran’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations highlighted the country’s determination to take the necessary measures for the empowerment of women and girls and provide the ground for them to play their important role in the society.
An Iranian ambassador to the United Nations urged the international community and the UN Security Council to hold the Zionist regime accountable for its destabilizing policies and illegal practices in West Asia which threaten international peace and security.
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 United Nations Middle East envoy has censured Israel’s unlawful demolitions and settlement expansion in the Occupied Palestinian Territories as well as the crippling siege the regime has imposed on Gaza, complaining of a lack of progress in efforts to achieve a so-called two‑state solution to the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Iran’s permanent ambassador to the United Nations (UN) has dismissed as “unfounded and irrelevant” Israel’s allegations against Tehran’s nuclear program, saying the accusations are aimed at covering up the threats posed by the regime’s nuclear weapons to the region and the world.
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 human rights group has urged the United Nations (UN) and Bangladesh to revise a recent deal over the relocation of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees to a remote, inhospitable island.