The Presidential Leadership Council discusses local developments
The Presidential Leadership Council held a meeting chaired by His Excellency President Dr. Rashad Al-Alimi, the Chairman of the Council, and attended by members Aidrous al-Zubaidi, Tariq Saleh, Othman Mujalli and Faraj al-Bahsani, while Council members Sultan al-Arada, Abdulrahman al-Muhramia and Dr. Abdullah al-Alimi were absent with an excuse.
UNRWA: Gaza faces risk of losing entire generation of children over Israeli aggression
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) said that "the Gaza Strip is on the verge of losing an entire generation of children due to the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip."
Kuwait announces discovery of giant oil quantities in al-Nokhatha oilfield
Kuwait Oil Company announced Sunday the discovery of huge commercial quantities of light oil and associated gas in the al-Nokhatha offshore field located east of Failaka Island within Kuwaiti economic waters.
Real Madrid announces extension of Luka Modric's contract until 2025
Spanish football club Real Madrid announced on Wednesday it had extended the contract of Croatian midfielder Luka Modric for one year, to remain with the team until 2025.
User Name: Password:
Al-Eryani disputes Oxfam report on the situations in Yemen
[17/01/2023 08:13]
Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism Muammar Al-Iryani discredited Oxfam's report about the situations in Yemen, arguing that it is biased, carried fallacies, overlooked the fact that Houthi militias coup has been the grass-root of the current catastrophic situation in Yemen.

In a statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) he said that" the Oxfam report equalized a legitimate government with an armed rebellious militia, looked over the direct responsibility of the terrorist Houthi militia and the Iranian regime for the war triggered by the coup against the state and its subsequent consequences of human losses, material damages, displacement and the world's worst humanitarian crisis."

Al-Iryani criticized Oxfam's report for failing to note that the Houthi militias have taken control over the government's institutions, pillaged the public treasury and state revenues, stopped paying salaries, disrupted basic services, destructed, harassed private-owned businesses, displaced the fellows and curtailed public freedoms.

He added that the Oxfam overlooked the fact that Houthi militias has been fully responsible for restricting the movement of civilians, flow of relief aids and the goods by blocking the main highways between the governorates, besieging Taiz, refusing to extend and expand the UN-brokered humanitarian truce, undermined the efforts to descale the conflict and bring peace to Yemen.

The Minister called on Oxfam to reconsider its report, rely on neutral sources, act impartially and professionally.

The Presidential Leadership Council discusses local developments
US imposes new sanctions on two individuals and five entities affiliated to Houthi militia
Civilian killed by Houthi-laid landmine in western Yemeni governorate Hodeidah
Aden Governor, UNHCR sign sanitation infrastructure project
Planning minister appreciates ESCWA support to Yemen
Yemen ambassador says Houthis exploited Gaza war for political one-upmanship and to evade peace
Minister of Planning, OCHA discuss humanitarian situation issues
Health, oil ministers visit Aden Refinery Hospital
Mujalli praises French role in Yemen
Humanitarian coordination forum between government and partners convenes in Yemen

About Saba News Agency | Usage Agreement | Contact Us