Yemen’s Prime Minister Abdulaziz bin Habtoor said Saudi-led coalition forces should stand responsible for the ongoing miseries in the impoverished Arab country as they are in control of the natural reserves and oil fields belonging to Yemen.
Musraa added that since the beginning of the truce Razih Hospital has received 111 dead civilians and 796 wounded, including African immigrants, Al-Mayadeen reported, citing the Houthi-controlled official news agency SABA.
Fuel crisis has endangered lives of patients at the largest hospital in Yemen’s central Taiz province forced the major medical center to stop of operations and eventually closure of the hospital on Sunday.
UNICEF executive director has reported that since 2015, Saudi-led aggression on Yemen has left more than 11,000 children killed or maimed with several more still at danger due to diseases, malnutrition.
Yemen’s minister of oil and minerals has stressed all our efforts by Sana’a to defend its sovereignty and national interests and warned foreign firms against looting the energy resources belonging to the war-torn country.
Yemen’s Health Ministry has expressed concern over serious shortfall of essential medical supplies for Kidney failure patients urging the international body to help with saving lives of more than 5,000 patients in the war-torn country.
On Thursday, the Sanaa-based Al-Hudhud Center for Archaeological Studies published a report alleging that 4,265 of Yemen's artefacts had been stolen and sold in several countries, namely the US, Britain France, Germany, Israel and the Netherlands.
Yemeni human rights group has called for an international probe into violations of human rights in Saudi Arabia and slammed brutal and humiliating behavior towards migrants and those seeking asylum in the Arab kingdom.