Prime Minister Dr. Ahmad Obeid Bin-Daghr received on Wednesday the Head and Members of the National Committee for Investigating Human Rights Violations Allegations in Yemen (NCIHRVA) and discussed with them the fifth report of the committee.
He highlighted the content of the report, which has become a controversial subject before the public opinion as includes accurate and inclusive documentation of violations.
He pointed out that the report represents right documentation released by a state body and is a reference to researchers and monitors of the right and humanitarian regional and international organizations.
He confirmed that the government will provide necessary support to facilitate activities of the committee's members for monitoring violations. He directed the government to implement recommendations of the committee.
For his part, the Head of the Committee touched upon allegations of human rights violations included in the report.
"The fifth report included results of investigating 30 types of violations violating the International Humanitarian Law and the International Law for Human Rights committed by both parties of the conflict in different provinces of the republic," he said.
He pointed to challenges and difficulties faced the team of the committee and means taken by the committee for ensuring proceeding with its activities independently and honestly and included all violations.