The Yemeni Revolution Leader, Sayyid Abdul-Malik Badr Al-Din Al-Houthi on Sunday criticized the way the United Nations deals with the humanitarian file in Yemen and its weak role towards the unjust siege imposed by the Saudi-led aggression coalition.
This came during his meeting with the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to Yemen, Martin Griffiths.
During the meeting, Sayyid Abdul-Malik reviewed the widespread suffering of the Yemeni people at various levels and fields due to the unjust siege imposed by the aggression coalition and preventing the entry of the ships of food, medicine and fuel to Hodeidah port.
He noted that this behavior is a collective punishment and a measure that is in violation of international resolutions and humanitarian norms.
The Leader of the Revolution made it clear that it is the right of the Yemeni people to have access to oil derivatives, medical supplies and foodstuffs, regardless of the circumstances.
He reaffirmed that the real entrance to all files is to address the requirements of the humanitarian file, which concern every Yemeni citizen in his life, security and food stability.
Sayyid Abdul-Malik warned the aggression coalition of continuing in the extortionary method it uses to pressure the Yemeni people through their livelihood.