SANAA, Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Aziz Saleh bin Habtoor on Tuesday inspected the health conditions of wounded in Sunday's air raids on a residential neighborhood in the area of Sawan, capital Sanaa.
During his visit, accompanied by his deputy for security and defense, Maj. Gen. Jalal al-Ruwaishan, Ministers of Education Yahya al-Houthi, and public health and population, Dr. Taha al-Mutawakel, the PM inspected the health situation of the injured.
They heard from the President of the Republican Educational Hospital, Dr. Mutahar Morshed, to a clarification on their health conditions and the level of medical care provided to them by the hospital and its health staff, stressing that the condition of many of them is stable.
The PM and the officials visited the victims of armed confrontations with the US-backed saudi-led aggression coalition's troops in fronts of honor, and dignity, who are currently receiving treatment.
They inspected the level of health care provided to them and the quality of the injuries they have suffered, some of which confirm the use of internationally banned weapons by aggressors.
The Prime Minister expressed his wishes for the speedy recovery to patients in full health and wellness, noting the level of health care and treatment provided to them by the medical staff, health and technical body.
He praised the high morale he felt during his visit to the wounded of the fronts despite the serious injuries they were subjected to.
He called for an international investigation into the prohibited weapons used by the aggression to exterminate the Yemeni people.
The Prime Minister, his deputy and ministers an IPD for children at the National Center for Oncology.
After the opening, they visited all the number of patients who receive treatment in the center.
During his visit to the center, the prime minister was briefed on the medical apparatus used for diagnosis and in determining the amount of radiation needed for cancer patients, which was repaired and re-operated five years after it was stopped.
The Prime Minister said a media statement after the visit, "As the world celebrates the occasion of World Health Day, the aggression colaition carried out this brutal attack on a residential neighborhood, which killed and injured 109 people, mostly children from the neighborhood and the adjacent school."
He called on the international community to consider their responsibility for this crime.
Source: Yemen News Agency