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UN Envoy to Yemen: Another Empty Briefing

News - Yemen: The UN Special Envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg, delivered his briefing on Yemen to the UN Security Council on Monday.

Grundberg emphasized the need to rely on the support of the region and the Security Council, stating that the essential value of a long-term peace should not be overlooked. He affirmed that he continues to work towards progress on peace in Yemen, under the auspices of the United Nations, with the support of the international community and regional countries.

The UN envoy noted that his office is currently engaged in communicating with Yemenis to facilitate the release of detainees, open roads, and improve the economic and financial situation.

Grundberg mentioned the state of calm along the front lines over the past month, but expressed concern over sporadic military escalations in some provinces.

Despite the clear path to peace, observers believe that the UN envoy deliberately uses ambiguous methods and attempts to appease the coalition. They argue that the crisis in Yemen requires concrete steps to address the humanitarian situation as a priority, in accordance with international law and international humanitarian law principles. 

There is no need to resort to convoluted approaches that complicate achieving a fair settlement of the crisis. This should preserve Yemen's sovereignty and independence, free from pressures aimed at forcing Yemenis to make concessions serving colonial agendas.

From the first day of aggression against Yemen, the UN has remained silent regarding US-Saudi war crimes and violations, issuing only cold statements through the UN envoy to Yemen.

The UN continues to exploit the war in Yemen by collecting donations under the guise of saving the Yemeni people.

Now and then, the organization releases reports highlighting the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen, including malnutrition among children and pregnant mothers, to collect financial donations.

The organization has failed to address the effects of the war imposed on Yemen over the past nine years. Instead, it has misled the international community by framing the situation as a "civil conflict," ignoring the presence of a large international coalition waging war on Yemenis.

Meeting the humanitarian needs of citizens and reporting on record levels of child malnutrition and the threat of famine in Yemen, described as a result of conflict, has been the most common slogan promoted by the UN to obtain funds.

Observers have stated that humanitarian aid donated by countries to Yemen is not a solution and emphasized that the best solution is to stop the war on Yemen. They also noted that the flow of financial aid from donor countries through organizations or the pro-aggression government has not led to any significant change over the past years.

Many international reports have confirmed that the UN spends nearly 70% of the financial grants intended as aid to the Yemeni people on its operating expenses. Additionally, a report by United Nations experts accused the pro-aggression government of corruption and money laundering.

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