SANA'A January 07.2023 (Saba) - The aggression States have expanded their economic war against the Yemeni people, this was demonstrated by the denial of access to oil derivatives vessels, foodstuffs and medicine through the port of Hodeidah and the continued refusal to pay State employees' salaries from Yemen's oil and gas revenues and wealth.
All this comes after the aggression States failed to achieve any military victory on the fronts and arenas of confrontation in various fields.
This illegal measure affects the details of Yemeni citizens' daily lives and affects key sectors such as agriculture, industry, health and trade by the complete paralysis incomprehensible, only in the sense of the United States-Saudi-UAE aggression coalition's inability of military confrontation in various fields to resort to such a vile method of narrowing Yemenis in their daily lives.
Sana'a has repeatedly warned through its officials about the gravity of this issue and the consequent suffering of the population, The United Nations called for intervention and action to resolve the issue of the embargo as a war against humanity, for its direct impact on the daily lives of millions of Yemenis and the departure of economic sectors from work.
However, as is known, the United Nations, which has failed to resolve any issue at the international level, as an organization by colonial Powers, conducts its work in accordance with the interests and aspirations of those States, how else do we understand this suspicious silence by the officials of this international Organization in addressing and resolving an issue affecting the lives of an entire people? And where is humanity from that? Are human rights principles only for media consumption?
A million marches have warned yesterday in the capital Sana'a and Yemen's governorates, one of the consequences of the continued blockade, which must be met with an unprecedented military response.
Yemenis affirmed that the unconditional opening of Yemen's ports and airports is a legitimate and bargain-free demands, Yemen's citizens in the north, south, east and west of the country are agreed-upon and the States of aggression must bear the consequences.
resource : Saba
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