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Foreign ministry denounces militias' attack on Sudanese embassy
[30/10/2017 02:26]


ADEN-SABA
Yemen's Foreign Ministry has denounced the Houthi-Saleh rebel militias' attack for the third time on the premises of the Sudanese embassy and the looting of one of its vehicles in an explicit defiance of the international covenants and charters
In a statement of which Saba obtained a copy, the ministry said: "The rebel militias have been systematic in damaging the image of Yemen and its hospitable people by attacking the headquarters of (foreign) diplomatic missions since they took control of the capital Sana'a. And by looting the contents of several premises of diplomatic missions accredited to Yemen."

"What happens and is still happening is a continuation of the moral downfall of the Saleh militias that governed Yemen 33 years … and the backward (Houthi) militias that ignores the international laws and pursues an approach of usurpation of public and private properties," read the statement.

The Ministry vowed that the embassy attackers will not escape punishment but will, one day, face justice for their sabotage acts.




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