BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:20 P.M.) – The Yemeni Deputy Foreign Minister Mansour Bajash slammed the recent UN-sponsored agreement to provide an air-bridge for medical patients living in the Houthis-held parts of Yemen.

“The Yemeni government condemns the UN’s signing of an MoU with Hisham Sharaf [foreign minister in the Houthi-led government] calling for the establishment of an air-bridge for Yemeni medical patients,” Yemen’s SABA news agency quoted Bajash as saying at the meeting.

“This agreement contravenes UN Security Council resolutions and will negatively affect the good relations between the [Yemeni] government and international organizations,” he said.

The Yemeni regime under exiled president ‘Abd Rubbah Mansour Hadi have repeatedly opposed any humanitarian aid being sent to the Houthis-held areas in Yemen.

The Houthis currently controls almost all of northwestern Yemen, including the nation’s capital, Sana’a.

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zio wahabbi yemeni regime’s behaviour is worse than animals

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An Houthis even worst since they confiscate humanitarian help then sell it at high prices. Same scum if we except the Houthis have ZERO legitimacy and started the war by doing a coup to put back resigned former prez Saleh in power, then, when Saleh was about to start genuine peace talks with Hadi, being disgusted by the bloodshed, Houthis assassinated him under the orders of the lousy Iranian Ayatollah Khamenei. Hey, this would have compromised the hideous Khamenei evil geopolitical shenanigans. As much as the Hadi point is pitiful from a humanitarian POV, although, from an Arab ‘culture’ POV,… Read more »

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this is the work of Zionist to steal Palestine aid and keep for themselves Zionist whabhi is the biggest begger in this world and thieves . Any human either during war or not cannot stop humanitarian for any civilian its the rule of Islamic law and war which whabhio/isil/US or Zionist regime doesn’t follow. bcuz they want to win the war by hijacking civilian . bcuz they cant win war face to face.