The head of Sana’a government National Delegation, Mohammed Abdulsalam, appreciated the stances and steps being made by some countries to stop the sale of weapons to the Saudi regime killing the Yemeni children.
“We express our appreciation to the countries that have taken steps to stop selling weapons to the Saudi regime, who killed the children of Yemen,” Abdulsalam said in a tweet.
“We call on other countries to take the same step as the humane stance in the face of the brutal Saudi war that targeting the international security and stability,” he added on Twitter.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition agreed in March 2018 to prevent arms sales from being delivered to any country directly involved in the war in Yemen. The Saudi regime has received the decision as a surprise, as of the killing of civilians in Yemen has nothing to do with these arms deals. “The idea that weapon sales were stopped to Saudi Arabia because of the Yemeni war is illogical,” said Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir on Sunday.