Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Bahram Qasemi, said on Tuesday that the UN and other countries should implement measures to stop arms trading with the Saudi regime as the Wahhabist kingdom continues to kill unarmed and innocent civilians in Yemen.

“The inactivity of the global community, organizations which claim to defend human rights, and the UN Security Council towards Saudi Arabia’s inhuman atrocities against the innocent people of Yemen” has led to the kingdom’s continued onslaught of Yemenis, said the spokesman.

He then went on to highlight that that the regime airstrikes overwhelmingly target civilian infrastructure rather than military sites.

He continued by emphasising that the blockade on the country mostly affects civilians rather than the anti-Saudi and anti-Hadi fighting forces.

 

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