Sana’a: UN Reduced Number of Coalition Casualties to Escape from Accountability


The spokesperson of “Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs” in Sana’a government, Talaat Al-Sharjabi, said that more than 120,000 Yemeni dead and wounded were victims of Saudi-Emirati coalition war on Yemen.

Al-Sharjabi Stressing that the United Nations is trying to mislead public opinion by reducing this number.

Al-Sharjabi explained, “UNICEF spoke of 11,000 dead and wounded children, only a third of them due to the raids. While our statistics confirm that 9,000 children were killed and wounded due to the direct raids of the coalition aircraft.”

He pointed out that “international organizations always evade and do not talk about the direct cause of this humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen the countries of aggression do not bear responsibility for the matter.”

While the United Nations talks about the victims and malnutrition without taking any step to stop the humanitarian catastrophe.

The spokesperson of the “Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs” recalled what the United Nations had done by removing Saudi Arabia from the list of shame three times. It showed great cooperation with it to escape accountability and strengthened its conviction of impunity, according to his press releases.

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