In a statement, the Ministry of Information praised the personality of Al-Haidari, an employee of the Ministry's office who also works as a reporter for the Japanese TV network in Aden, and for the qualities that the deceased possessed, which made him respected and appreciated by all.
It condemned the targeting of the journalist Al-Haidary, considering it a crime added to the series of crimes by the coalition of aggression and mercenaries against Yemeni People and journalists in the occupied governorates.
The Ministry of Information mentioned the crimes and violations committed by the US-Saudi aggression over the past seven years against media professionals, whether by targeting them with raids or the systematic destruction of various national and local media outlets.
A Yemeni journalist was killed after his vehicle was blown up in the southern port city of Aden on Wednesday, local sources revealed.
"An Explosive Device attached to the vehicle carrying a journalist named Saber Noman Al-Haidary, exploded and caused a large blast in Aden's district of Mansourah," the local sources added.
The night explosion killed the journalist, who worked for a Japanese news outlet, along with two others, and a fourth was wounded.
Aden and southern governorates are witnessing security chaos, and almost daily crimes, under the control of the forces of US-Saudi aggression and Saudi-Emirati occupation. They witness increasing of assassinations involving military security leaders, religious and social tendencies, kidnapping, bombings and clashes between militants fighting for influence among them.
The United Nations confirmed that the security chaos in the southern governorates has become a source of concern for humanitarian workers. Deputy Director of Operations, Ghada Mudawi, assured the Security Council, Tuesday, that the lack of security is a source of concern for workers, who are increasingly trying to steal cars, kidnappings and other attacks.
Mudawi called on the Saudi-backed government in Aden, to immediately release its five employees, who have been kidnapped in Abyan governorate since last February, in addition to two it claimed were “detained” in Sana'a.
A number of workers in international organizations were subjected to interruption, kidnapping and looting of their vehicles in most of the districts of Abyan, in addition to areas in Al-Dhalae and Tur Al-Baha in Lahj.
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