Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism Muamar al-Eryani has confirmed that Houthi terrorist militia's siege on Khobzah village, al-Quraishiah District, Baidha Province and its random shelling on houses of citizens by tanks and artilleries, which resulted in killing and injuring civilians among them children and women and destroying houses, is considered a war crime.
" Houthi militia's committing this malicious crime under the validity of the truce confirms its negligence to calls and efforts of appeasement, realizing peace and alleviating suffering of Yemeni people," said al-Eryani in a statement to Yemen News Agency (SABA) on Wednesday.
The terrorist militia utilizes the UN truce for mobilization and to subject tribes and impose on them Iranian backward and clerical agenda, he added.
He demanded the international community, the UN and the UN and US envoys to denounce this barbaric attack on the people of Khobzah and to put pressure on the militia to end this attack, cracking down on perpetrates in international courts and to end the siege immediately.
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