Yemen News Agency ( SABA)
President calls UN Secretary General to stop Saudi aggression on Yemen

President calls UN Secretary General to stop Saudi aggression on Yemen


SANA’A, Feb. 10 (Saba) – President of Supreme Political Council Saleh Al-Sammad on Friday called on Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, to play an active role in stopping the Saudi aggression on Yemen.

In a letter he sent to the UN Secretary General, al-Sammad demanded the United Nations to oblige the Saudi-led coalition states to compensate human losses and material, psychological and health damage and to end the siege on Yemen.

The letter asked for opening the ports and airports for commercial and civil flights, topped by Sana’a International Airport, Taiz Airport and Hodeidah Airport.

The president called, in his letter, for seriously considering the disastrous humanitarian situation caused by the Saudi aggression and the blockade on the country.

Al-Sammad requested the formation of a neutral committee to investigate the Saudi aggression coalition's crime against civilians offering condolences in the Major Hall in the capital Sana’a and all other war crimes, as well as the use of internationally-banned weapons against civilians and bombarding hospitals and health centers, including MSF hospitals.

In his letter also, al-Sammad demanded that the term of the current UN envoy to Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh, not be extended for failing in his mission and lack of impartiality.


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