Tawoos reveals organizations’ corruption and explains reasons for reducing aids.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdulmuhsen Tawoos, said that Yemen needs $5 billion to address the emergency situation in Yemen, that is worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
An interview with Yemen’s national channel, Tawoos stressed that Tramp statement of reducing aid of UN came with the progress of Armed Force.
Yemen was exploited by international organization, warning of Saffer explosion of at any moment, explaining that the aggression countries continue preventing the maintenance teams to repair the tank.
Tawoos stressed that people of Al-Derehmi are suffering of ongoing aggression and blockade, indicating that the humanitarian aids offered by Council to Al-Drihmi are stoping in front of the UN building without any intervention of UN.
Towoos pointed out that seven WFP ships arrived at the port of al-Hadidiah, carrying spoiled food during the 2019th and 2019th years.
The Secretary-General revealed that 8 Israeli employees in the United Nations arrived in Yemen in the year 2018m for intelligence work, explaining that the WHO offered false solutions for checking the corona pandemic.
“SCMCHA has provided the children of Aden affected by torrential conditions as part of humanitarian aid, while Hadi’s government has offered nothing to the South’s people” said Tawoos.
Regarding the accusations directed to the rescue government of looting aids, the Secretary General of the Supreme Council said that these accusations are idle and incorrect, and that the Council has well-documented reports that reveal the fact that the United Nations neglected the distribution of aids, confirming that the Council is ready to present these documents to donors. He asked the United Nations to provide any evidence to prove the suspension of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Assistance to the Yemeni people.
He confirmed that Sanaa airport became a station for transferring the organizations employees, indicating that 254 flights to Sanaa airport within five months were for the UN employees and its organizations within the framework of their transfer and facilitating the arrival of aids, accusing the UN coordinator in Yemen, Liz Grandi, of working to create disagreements.
“The United Nations and its organizations have taken half of the $4 billion in humanitarian aid to Yemen in 2018,” said Tawoos, noting that the United Nations used bribery to reach some areas, but out of the law .