"It is assumed that there will be a move by the international community that claims to search for a truce and peace," Al-Dailami said.
He pointed out that the American and British role is evident in the military participation, and reached the intervention in the economic measures.
The Minister of Human Rights indicated that the first affected by the presence of international committees to investigate crimes is the US-Saudi aggression, which seeks to show that what is happening in Yemen is internal conflic.
Recently, Al-Dailami has affirmed that Sana'a is ready to submit the crimes of the US-Saudi aggression to the International Criminal Court.
"We are ready to request the international tribunal and our cases are ready, the only problem is the protection that America provides to criminals," he said. He explained that the American and British role is the most dangerous in obstructing cases demanding the prosecution of criminals.
He pointed out that the international community and UN Security Council represent a problem with the human rights issue, considering that the Security Council represent part of the problems facing the movement to expose violations and crimes of US-Saudi aggression.
The Minister of Human Rights stated that there are more than 170 Arab and international organizations that issued statements calling for holding the US-Saudi aggression accountable for its crimes in Yemen.
Earlier, a rights group revealed that the number of women and children who have been victims of the direct bombing of the US-Saudi aggression over eight years has exceeded 13,437 dead and wounded.
Entisaf Organization for Women and Children's Rights revealed catastrophic figures for the repercussions of the aggression and blockade on Yemen.
“The children and women of Yemen are killed and their rights violated as a result of the aggression and the siege imposed by the US-Saudi aggression under UN and international cover,” the human rights organization said in a statement on the occasion of International Human Rights Day. “In Yemen, all the laws and charters launched by the United Nations have fallen. The international days that it declared have no longer played any role in preserving even a small part of the rights of women and children in Yemen.”
The organization stated in its statement that the number of dead among women and children reached six thousand and 312, including two thousand and 436 women and three thousand and 876 children. The number of wounded women and children reached 7,125, including 2,862 women and 4,263 children.#Yemen #US-Saudi Aggression #Ministry of Human Rights about 2 days
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