RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, The Saudi-led coalition, involved in a war against the Houthi militias in Yemen, highlighted on Wednesday, that, their humanitarian plan has aided 959,000 Yemenis, Al Arabiya local news, reported.
The coalition spokesperson, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, stressed that, 18,000 relief vessels are now docked in Yemen, while 22 relief posts are currently operating.
He also affirmed the coalition forces' commitments, to fighting terrorism and to human rights laws.
Regarding the Yemeni government, he noted that, it did not prevent media professionals from entering Yemen and issued instructions to them to facilitate their entry.
He added that, the militants must abide by the international resolutions and stressed that, the Houthi militias are moving children from schools, to the front lines.
He also called for the protection of archaeological monuments, and the need to prevent their trafficking and smuggling.
The coalition will complete its third-year of war in Yemen this month (Mar). The war has led to thousands of deaths of civilians, because of air strikes, clashes between armed groups and contagious diseases.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK