Al-Rae'e, during a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Expatriate Affairs, Zayed Al-Riyami, stressed the importance of concerted efforts to follow up crimes and violations committed by the aggression and its tools against the people of Yemen in international courts. He also stressed the importance of conveying the grievances of the Yemeni People and their cause to parliamentary and international forums in cooperation with the concerned authorities and human rights activists.
He appreciated the efforts of the Ministry of Expatriate Affairs in following up Yemeni communities abroad, as well as the crimes and violations committed by the aggression against the Yemeni People.
For his part, Deputy Minister of Expatriate Affairs Al-Riyami confirmed that the ministry continues to document crimes and violations, including those committed by the Saudi regime against Yemeni expatriates, to present them to international courts.
He considered the US-Saudi aggression against Yemen as an extension of the aggressive war that the Saudi regime has been waging against Yemen for a long time, affecting Yemenis at home and abroad.
The Deputy Minister of Expatriates Affairs briefed the Speaker of Parliament on the Ministry’s efforts in following up on expatriate affairs issues abroad, including coordination to provide and document a correct database for expatriates abroad to facilitate the follow-up of their situations and issues around the world.
In the meeting, they discussed a number of issues of expatriates abroad, including the arbitrary measures practiced by the Saudi regime against Yemeni expatriates, and the violations and inhuman treatment they are subjected to in its prisons.
In June, Minister of Human Rights Ali Al-Dailami confirmed that thousands of Yemeni residents in Saudi Arabia are constantly exposed to various crimes and violations.
The Minister explained that nearly 50,000 Yemenis are arrested in Saudi prisons without any trials or legal procedures convicting them or proving their legal violation of the Saudi regime.
He pointed out that the Saudi regime commits crimes against Yemeni residents as a means of war on Yemen, indicating that more than 20,000 Yemeni detainees have been subjected to unfair trials on fabricated and malicious charges.
Al-Dailami stated that the ministry had verified that the Saudi regime had detained between 300 and 500 expatriate female prisoners in Al-Kharj prison.
He pointed out that the Saudi regime practices against the detainees the most severe types of physical and psychological torture and confiscates their money and property, emphasizing that the Saudi regime must stop the disrespect for the dignity of the Yemeni expatriate and stop the policy of slavery and trafficking in labor.
The Minister of Human Rights noted that despite international reports condemning the Saudi regime, complicity continues.
He called on the Security Council for the formation of an independent and non-politicized committee to visit Saudi prisons, fact-finding and serious investigation into the crimes of the Saudi regime and all violations against Yemenis and non-Yemenis, whether Africans, Bahrainis or others.
He also called on the International Red Cross for more efforts and pressure on the Saudi regime to obtain the bodies of the victims who died in prisons as a result of torture and who were executed by the Saudi regime to bury them in their homeland and among their families, explaining that the Saudi regime refuses that.
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