المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

SCMCHA calls for lifting the siege and stopping the humanitarian crisis.

The Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation condemned escalation by the aggressioncoalition of against the Yemeni people, by continuing to tighten the siege imposed on Yemen, preventing the entry of oil derivatives and relief supplies to the port of Hodeidah, considering it a war crime that violates all religious and moral covenants and the laws of UN.

In a statement today, the SCMCHA denounced the shameful silence of the international community regarding the coalition’s continued piracy on fuel, food and medicine ships, and the resulting stifling crisis that led to completely stopping in a number of hospitals, interruption of water and electricity services, halting the movement of goods and the rise in prices of basic foodstuffs as well as the lack of medication for chronic and critical illnesses.

SCMCHA stressed that the continuation of the siege imposed on Yemen poses a serious threat to the lives of millions of Yemenis, especially millions of people facing starvation as well as threat the lives of thousands of patients.

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The Supreme Council for the Administration and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation monitored the dangerous escalation by the coalition of aggression against the Yemeni people, by continuing to tighten the siege imposed on Yemen, preventing the entry of oil derivatives and relief supplies to the port of Hodeidah, in a war crime that violates all religious and moral covenants and United Nations laws.

SCMCHA condemned the international community’s shameful silence regarding the coalition’s continued piracy on fuel, food and medicine ships, resulting acute crisis that led to completely stopping in a number of hospitals, stopping of water and electricity services as well as the movement of goods and the rise in prices of basic foodstuffs, and the lack of medication for cases Chronic and critical illness.

SCMCHA affirms that the continuation of the siege imposed on Yemen poses a serious threat to the lives of millions of Yemenis, especially millions of people facing starvation as well as the lives of thousands of patients.

SCMCHA considers the policy of starvation and the American siege on Yemen will only bring to Washington and its alliance more humanitarian catastrophe and poverty against the Yemeni people, and it only expresses the moral and political decline that America has reached and its tools that have failed militarily, so it turned towards a policy of starvation and siege with a criminal strategy that violates all humanitarian norms and laws.

SCMCHA considers the unjustified restrictions on the flow of goods, medicine and fuel into Yemen and the obstruction of their entry to the port of Hodeidah despite its Permission from UN as a full war crime against a people suffering from unjust aggression and siege for seven years.

SCMCHA confirmes that air-sea blockade imposed on Yemen, by the aggression was one of the main reasons that resulted in the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
The blockade has restricted and impeded the import of supplies of food, fuel and medicine, in addition to humanitarian aid.

SCMCHA holds the aggression coalition fully responsible for the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Yemen, which threatens the lives of millions of Yemenis as a result of the tightening of the blockade and the lack of oil derivatives and its catastrophic repercussions on the health and service sectors.

SCMCHA calls on the international community to implement its legal and humanitarian duties to prevent all practices of aggression against the Yemeni people, work to open the Hodeidah port and Sanaa International Airport as well as stop the siege on Yemen.

 

Issued by SCMCHA

March 8, 2022 AD

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