SANAA, The Supreme Council for the Administration and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation has condemned the continued Saudi-led aggression coalition’s targeting of civilians, the latest of which was the bombing of a citizen’s house in Washha district in Hajjah province, killing children and women from one family and injuring others in an initial toll.
In a statement, Saba got a copy of it, the Supreme Council considered this crime to be added to the series of crimes committed by the Aggression Coalition on an almost daily basis against civilians who are entitled to protection under international humanitarian law.
It denounced the shameful international silence towards the crimes against the innocent civilians on neighborhoods, homes, and farms without respect for protected civilian objects.
The statement stressed that this horrific crime against civilians is a war crime and a clear violation of international and humanitarian laws, moral and humanitarian values and principles.
It held the States of the aggression coalition the consequences of the crimes that affect civilians, calling on the United Nations to fulfill its humanitarian duty to protect civilians, homes, and civilian installations and pressure the aggression countries to stop the aggression’s crimes against Yemen.
Source: Yemen News Agency