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Al-Iryani inspects relief, rehabilitating recruited children activities
[13/01/2018 03:18]
MAREB-SABA
Minister of Information Muamar al-Iryani inspected on Saturday relief and humanitarian activities provided by King Salman for Relief and Humanitarian Activities to Yemen.

He also inspected Child Soldiers Rehabilitating Project.

He addressed the children, who have been recruited as soldiers by Houthi militia and arrested by the National Army saying:" Now you are in the state protection and you are victims of violations, crimes and misleading by rebel militia which plays with lives of children and full future generation."

"It is sad and painful our children are taken by this militia at age between 8-15 for facing the state and the Yemeni people," added al-Iryani.

He praised the rehabilitation program, which targets more than 200 children for re-integrating them in society and bringing them to their school classes via psychic, educational and entertainment courses.

He called upon parents in Houthi-held areas to protect their children against kidnapping and recruiting them and dragging by the militia into warfronts.

On the other hand, Minister al-Iryani inspected relief and humanitarian projects provided by King Salman's center in Yemen. He was briefed by the Center Coordinator Fathi ba-Subaih on activities carried out by the center during the past year, which included 130 projects benefited by 15 million people across Yemen.

The programs were in field of water, environment, health, protection, food security and sheltering.

The minister expressed thanks of Yemen's government to Saudi King Salman and his Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman for different sorts of support to Yemen.




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