In a statement, the ministry stated that, in light of the catastrophic situation that the Yemeni people are going through from a comprehensive siege, the Saudi-led aggression deliberately restricts the Yemenis sometimes by detaining and preventing the arrival of basic materials and goods, and at other times by interrupting their arrival.
It indicated that the coalition of aggression, in an aggressive and blatant retaliatory trend, is interrupting domestic gas tankers, and pushing its mercenaries towards imposing illegal levies on gas delivered to the areas of the National Salvation Government. It aims at placing Yemenis in front of stifling and deadly choices, between the lack of gas and unreasonable costs and prices that lead the citizen and his family to live in a cycle of endless crises.
"Yemen's revenues and wealth are being looted by the mercenaries of aggression at a time when the Yemeni people are besieged and prevented from reaching the gas, which, if any, can only be obtained after severe suffering and hardship," the ministry said.
The statement stressed that this path, which the coalition of aggression seeks to impose as a goal and a result, is a path among another list of immoral and criminal paths that it supervises, and the operations of their implementation are sponsored by the American regime through its tools in the Saudi region and the UAE.
The statement pointed out that as a result of the practices that aim primarily at deepening the crisis in all the requirements of life and livelihood, the Ministry of Human Rights affirms the continuous mandate of the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council to take the most appropriate options to nullify the hand of the aggression and its tools and stop tampering and deliberately increasing the suffering of Yemenis.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE, backed by the United States and regional allies, launched the war on Yemen in March 2015, with the goal of bringing the government of former Yemeni president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi back to power.
The war has left hundreds of thousands of Yemenis dead and displaced millions more. It has also destroyed Yemen’s infrastructure and spread famine and infectious diseases there. As part of its economic war, the US-Saudi aggression worked to drain about 97% of the Yemeni state’s resources, either by controlling them militarily such as oil and gas sources, freezing Yemeni foreign assets and transferring them to mercenaries and financing coalition operations, or imposing siege on the vital port of Hodeidah and the most important port after Aden, which is still in the grip of Sana’a and out of control of the aggression.
The coalition of aggression continues to piracy, detaining fuel ships, and preventing them from entering the port of Hodeidah, despite obtaining permits from UN, which aggravates the humanitarian catastrophe due to the suspension of many vital service sectors, especially hospitals, electricity, water, cargo trucks, as well as waste trucks.
#Yemen #US-Saudi Aggression #Ministry of Human Rights #Economic War 22-03-30
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