Yemen's foreign ministry has condemned the Houthi militias' attack on the Sudanese embassy and ambassador's residence in Sana'a, by trespassing into these premises and looting the things in them.
In a statement, of which Saba obtained a copy, the ministry said that "attacking diplomatic missions and international employees is a systematic policy the coup militia has always exercised, an extension of the moral downfall of those gangs which can never measure up to understanding and respect the diplomatic conventions and rules. "
The ministry affirmed that the perpetrators of these attacks will be liable to justice and will never get away with it.
These attacks, the ministry said, prove again that the only solution to Yemen's problem is by ending the coup and the coup militias' control over the capital Sana'a and the state institutions.
The ministry called for a collaboration of international efforts to achieve this, in order to render victorious the rule of international law and charters, civilized values. And to reject the continuity of the jungle law, which the militia implements.
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