The UN Mission to Support the Hodeidah Agreement (UNMHA) has stated that it considers the recent air attacks carried out by the Saudi-led coalition on Salif port last Saturday “a violation of the Stockholm Agreement.”
The UN mission said, in a tweet on its account on Twitter, that these strikes threaten the vital point of aid entry in Yemen, and called on all parties to the conflict to exercise restraint following the attacks launched by the coalition on the Salif port.
2. This recurring pattern continues to threaten operations at vital points of aid entry and constitutes a breach to the #Hudaydah Agreement that binds both parties to the conflict.
— UN Mission to support the Hudaydah Agreement (@UN_Hudaydah) July 5, 2021
The mission indicated that it is making great efforts to access the site of the strike in order to enable a direct assessment of it.
UNMHA has earlier condemned similar attacks carried out by the coalition on the Yemeni port of Salif last March.