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SANAA, An official source at the Foreign Ministry on Saturday welcomed the decision of the German government to extend the freeze on arms sales to Saudi Arabia for another six months.

The official added that decision was taken despite pressure from France and Britain, where their arms exports to Saudi Arabia are obstructed because of the need for some German spare parts.

The source said in a statement to Saba that the decision was a victory for the values and principles of humanity and reflects at the same time the German government's keenness to avoid involvement in war crimes committed in Yemen.

He pointed out that this decision contributes to the pressure towards ending the military aggression and the unjust siege imposed by the US-saudi aggression coalition on Yemen for the fifth year in a row, and ending the human suffering of the Yemeni people, the worst of the world, reaching at the end to restore security and stability to Yemen and the region.

The source called on the countries that continue to supply the countries of aggression with weapons to review their military relations with them as these weapons are used to kill the Yemeni people and destroy their capabilities.

The source stressed that the countries of aggression led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates always keep their worst records in the field of human rights, committing in daily basis a systematic war crimes against civilians in Yemen and their objects , the latest of which was the attack launched on Tuesday March 26 in front of the gate of Kitaf hospital in Saada and that resulted in the killing and wounding dozens, including children.

Source: Yemen News Agency

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