The Yemeni government has expressed its condemnation in the strongest terms of the systematic and repeated targeting by the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militia against the camps for the displaced in the Ma’rib governorate, which has recently increased in frequency despite international efforts being made to reach a ceasefire and alleviate human suffering in Yemen.
The Yemeni Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs said in a statement broadcast by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba): “The Yemeni government warns that the Houthi militias continue to target IDP camps, the latest of which was the militia bombing of three IDP camps in the northern governorate of Ma’rib with more than 37 artillery and missile shells, causing tens of Of the victims, most of them were women and children, and 576 families were displaced; It exacerbates the humanitarian situation and leads to new waves of displacement that exacerbate the suffering of civilians, and contradict the efforts made to alleviate the scale of human suffering in Yemen.
The statement added, “The Yemeni government denounces the Houthi militia’s continued military aggression that undermines efforts to achieve peace in Yemen, and calls on the international community to condemn the violations of these militias and to use the means of pressure to stop their aggression and violations against civilians and displaced persons.”
The monitoring team of the Yemeni National Committee to investigate allegations of human rights violations carried out a field visit to the (Al-Mil, Al-Khair and Tawasul) camps for the displaced in Al-Mil area, north of Ma’rib Governorate, affected by the bombing of the Houthi militia.
The monitoring team was briefed on the human suffering and difficult living conditions the displaced families are going through, who were forced to leave their camps as a result of the Houthi bombing.
The monitoring team listened to a number of displaced persons affected by the recent bombing, documented their testimonies, and monitored the violations that these camps were subjected to and the extent of the losses and material and human damage caused by the continuous Houthi bombing.
– The Houthi bombing resulted in the displacement of 576 displaced families.
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