It indicated in a statement that the continuation of committing crimes in the occupied governorates represents a strong motive for terrorist organizations to continue with these criminal acts.
The statement expressed its surprise at the failure of the international community, the UN and the Security Council to take positions on these criminal acts against humanitarian workers.
The aid group Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) said on Monday it had lost contact with two of its employees in Yemen.
The workers - a German and a Myanmar national - were in Yemen's central Marib, which is under the control of the mercenaries of the US-Saudi aggression, the charity said.
Earlier this month, the UN announced the release of five of its employees who had been held for 18 months after being kidnapped by al-Qaeda militants in Saudi-UAE-controlled Abyan.
Governorates under the control of the forces of US-Saudi aggression and Saudi-Emirati occupation are witnessing security chaos, and almost daily crimes. In addition to kidnapping, bombings and clashes between militants fighting for influence, people in southern Yemen witness an increase in the number of assassinations involving military personnel, security leaders, religious and social figures.
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