• Spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry Bahram Qasemi
    Spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry Bahram Qasemi

Spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry, Bahram Qasemi said, ending humanitarian crisis in Yemen, is a historic responsibility for the world community.

Iran Press/Iran News:  In a statement on the recent developments and the deterioration humanitarian conditions in Yemen, Bahram Qasemi said,"invaders disregard warnings and concerns of the international community and created such a critical and inhumane situation.

He also noted the Islamic Republic of Iran's deep concern on recent hostilities in the port of Al-Hudaydah.

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Four years' justifications rooted in the baseless illusions and excuses, led the Yemen and the innocent Yemeni people have been exposed to attacks and bombing of Saudi-led coalition fighter jets,Qasemi added.

Insisting that officials who are responsible for Yemen's situation should be prosecuted, Qasemi stressed that head of states, international organizations and institutions all have a moral responsibility to show serious will and take practical measures to end the Saudi aggression.

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Spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry said: "The experience of recent years shows that every time the international community's efforts led to opportunity for Yemeni-Yemeni talks, Saudi coalition intensify its aggression to demolish room for dialogue.'

War on Yemen

Recently,the Saudi air raid hit the school bus as it drove through a market in the town of Dhahyan, killing a total of 51 people, among them 40 children, and injuring 79 others, mostly kids. The kids reportedly had been on a much-anticipated field trip marking their graduation from summer school.

Since March 2015 from the start of Saudi-led invasion, nearly 14,000 Yemenis, including 5,000 women and children, have lost their lives in the deadly military campaign.

The United Nations humanitarian chief said the war on Yemen has left as many as 8.4 million people in the Arab world’s already poorest nation in need of urgent food aid.105/205

 

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Nov 12, 2018 19:40 Asia/Tehran
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