Yemen's foreign minister Dr. Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, participated in the Rome Forum for Mediterranean Dialogues in its seventh session, which is currently being held in the Italian capital, Rome, during the period 1-4 December 2021 AD.
(Saba)- Secretary-General of the Arab League A hmed Aboul-Gheit on Monday appealed to the international community and humanitarian organizations to immediately provide assistance and relief to Yemenis.
Aden, (Saba) - Yemeni Journalist Syndicate (YJS) has confirmed attackers of freedom of press will not go unpunished.
The YJS has called members and media men in different media outlets to join the electronic campaign it launched Wednesday for standing by kidnapped journalists at Houthi-Saleh militias' detention cells.
The campaign coincides the World Day for Press Freedom marking April, 3 every year.
"The campaign aims to rescue journalists in Yemen, holding rebel militias full responsibility on the safety of kidnapped journalists and deteriorations of their health," said the YJS in a press release.
The syndicate renewed a call for halting continuous violations against journalists; incite campaigns against journalists, of opinion writers and shutting voices by Houthi-Saleh's militias.
It reminded in its release that the World Day for Press Freedom comes this year under difficult conditions and severe austerity suffer by freedom of press in Yemen and Arab countries.
Press in Yemen has provided 23 martyrs from journalists as a price for the truth since 2011 now, and 18 journalists are still kidnapped at Houthi-Saleh's detentions.
While the YJS calls all parties and forces to respect press and stop aggression and terror against journalists, it renewed a call to the UN and human right organizations to play their role in protecting "our colleagues, standing by them and denouncing crimes against them."