Ansarullah urges UN to act independently against aggressors’ blackmail
Tehran, Yemeni Ansarullah Spokesman Muhammad Abdusalam urged UN to act independently against blackmailing of the US, the UK, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
Abdusalam made the remarks in a Twitter message Wednesday night in reaction to the UN Commission of Inquiry's reports on Saudi coalition's crimes.
The reports of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Yemen just indicates small part of Saudi aggressors' crimes, he said.
Basically, these crimes are deeply rooted in the Saudi coalition's approach, he added.
Aggressors and occupiers are ready to massacre all people to impose their brutal hegemony.
Abdusalam urged the UN to search for valid information and to distance from blackmailing of the US, the UK, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
He also called the UN for stopping covering these crimes.
In their first report to the United Nations Human Rights Council, experts referred to casualties and damages resulted by Saudi-coalition on Yemen.
They urged the international community to avoid supplying arms to be used in Yemen war.
They explicitly pointed to the US and the UK for their aid to equip the Saudi coalition.
Saudi Arabia and its regional allies attacked Yemen in March 2015 to bring back to power the deposed president of Yemen Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi.
The invaders have committed horrible war crimes against Yemeni civilians during the past three years.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA