Yemen’s Foreign Ministry said the Houthi terrorist militia is trading in basic goods that citizens need and exploiting them to increase the mobilization of the elements.
This comes ahead of a donor conference scheduled for Wednesday by the United Nations, in an effort to mobilize donations for the country, which is suffering from a catastrophic humanitarian situation, amid warnings that the Yemeni population is falling into the clutches of hunger. .
Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmed bin Mubarak denounced the Houthi militia’s fabrication of a crisis regarding trade in basic goods needed by citizens, including fuel and gas for cooking at home, and their exploitation of this matter to increase the mobilization of elements.
“The Houthi militia prevents citizens from meeting their basic needs for these materials, even though the legitimate government wishes to provide them to all governorates, especially those under coup control,” he said.
He added that “these militias do not care about the interests of citizens and seek to use all means to increase their suffering without deterrence by scruples or conscience, and in the absence of any real means of pressure by the international community towards crimes of these Houthis against the Yemeni people”.
This came during a meeting between Yemen’s Foreign and Expatriate Affairs Minister Ahmed bin Mubarak with the US envoy against Yemenis, according to the official Saba news agency.
The Yemeni minister stressed that while the efforts of the international community are united to bring peace to Yemen, the Houthi militias are still continuing their aggression and military escalation, including recently launching military attacks on various fronts in the southern city of Yemen. Ma’rib.
He pointed out that the Houthi militias continue to mobilize children and throw them on the battlefronts in a clear message that reflects the brutality of this group, its terrorist acts and its lack of seriousness in achieving any progress towards peace in Yemen.
For his part, the United States envoy to Yemen affirmed his country’s support for the efforts made by the United Nations envoy to the country to end the war and establish peace, reiterating his country’s support for the legitimate government and the unity, stability and security of Yemen.