SCMCHA condemns the aggression’s crime in al Jouf governorate.
The Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation condemned the aggression coalition’s continued crimes against civilians, the latest was the targeting of citizens in al-Ma’atra area of Khab and Al-Shaaf district in Al-Jouf governorate.
The council explained in a statement today that the removal of Saudi Arabia from the list of shame for violators of children’s rights in In-Country, gave Saudi Arabia the green light for the continued commission of such crimes against civilians, which is a flagrant violation of the rules of international humanitarian law.
The statement stressed that these crimes clearly reflect the ways of American-Saudi criminal aggression and clearly reveal the magnitude of the defeat and despair that aggression has reached it.
The statement criticized the silence and complicity of the international community, which was and remains one of the most important reasons for the continuation of war crimes against Yemen by the Coalition of Aggression.
The Council called on the United Nations and its bodies to assume their humanitarian responsibilities and duty to condemn these brutal crimes and to make pressure on the states of the Coalition of Aggression to abide by international laws and conventions guaranteed to civilians.