Yemen’s Ansarullah Objects to UN’s Failure to Condemn Regime Breaches
Chairman of Ansarullah delegation to the Yemeni talks in Switzerland, Mohamed Abdel Salam, confirmed that the movement to continue participation in the consultation sessions.
During a news conference after meeting with UN envoy Ismail Sheikh, he said that the delegation presented a protest paper to the United Nations for ignoring the cease-fire.
The protest paper dealt with the violations committed by the coalition aggression against many Yemeni areas which have ‘turned into a military offensive,’ through aerial bombardment that has also extended to Al-Jawf and Marib.
He said that the Yemeni national delegation protest came as the United Nations “hasn’t been able till now to install the cease-fire that has been agreed upon before we came to Muscat.”
Two days ago, the Yemeni army spokesman said that the situation in the Arab impoverished country witnesses escalation as the Saudi-led coalition states are violating the UN-sponsored ceasefire, warning that the Yemenis will not simply stand and watch.
“Dangerous escalation is taking place through land, sea and air by the aggressors,” Brigadier General Sharaf Luqman told Sabaa news agency late on Tuesday.
The Yemeni army and the popular committees are completely committed to the ceasefire and the aggressors are taking advantage of this, the army spokesman said.
The Saudi warplanes did not stop to stage air raids since the ceasefire came into effect on Tuesday noon, Luqman said.
However, he warned that the Yemeni army and the popular committees will not keep mum in face of such escalation and will strongly respond to the coalition violations.